Roma summit about the market: Nzonzi the goal


Roma president James Pallotta spoke today directly from Dallas regarding the transfer market of Roma. Sporting director Monchi, the right hand of Pallotta, Alex Zecca, as well as Massara and Franco Baldini were all present in America today with the team, allowing the group to have a summit regarding the transfer market — which seems to have unlocked the operation for Nzonzi.

La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting the number one priority is a central midfielder, with an identity similar to that of Steven Nzonzi. Despite the recent words of the Sevilla’s president, there is hope in Trigoria of a positive conclusion given that they already have an agreement with the Frenchman: four years contract worth about €3.5 million per season. Nzonzi has a €35 million clause but Roma plan to buy him for a figure around €25-€28 million. For the wing, the hottest track is the one that leads to Spartak Moscow’s Quincy Promes. The Dutchman can play on both wings, though, his cost is €25 million. The Plan B comes in the form of Milan’s Suso.

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