RomaPress – The summer transfer window in Europe’s biggest leagues officially closed last week but that hasn’t stopped Roma’s Tiago Pinto from continuing negotiations.
After a summer chalk full of incoming and outgoing operations, Pinto is working to offload unwanted duo Ante Ćorić and William Bianda before the last of Europe’s transfer windows close until January.
The markets in Greece and Serbia are open for six more days and the Giallorossi are working to understand if either player would be open to moving to either nation.
It’s in the interest of both players and Roma to strike a deal within the week for several reasons. The Giallorossi haven’t registered the defender or the midfielder so they both risk missing out on football for a full season.
On the other side, Roma would prefer to cash-in on the pair before both of their respective contracts expire next summer.
The midfielder Ćorić recently switched agents to accelerate an exit and has expressed willingness to move to Greece.
Meanwhile, finding a club for Bianda will be significantly more difficult. To date, all interested clubs have been put-off by the defender’s wage demand of €1 million per season—slightly more than he currently earns with the Giallorossi.