Roma-Verona reach total agreement for Kumbulla


Roma and Hellas Verona have reached a complete agreement for the transfer of Marash Kumbulla to the Italian capital, reports Sky Sport.

The final details between the two clubs have been agreed upon as now the Giallorossi must find an agreement to personal terms with the player and his representatives, who yesterday denied that Roma were interested in the youngster.

The agreement between the two clubs is on the basis of a loan with an obligation to buy set at €30 million.

This afternoon, Roma will make the first contact with the player and his agents. Once the details on Kumbulla’s contract have been settled, then the deal can close.

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