Roma, Wolves locked in talks for Rui Patricio


After considering other options, Roma appear content with Wolves’ Rui Patricio becoming their next first choice shot-stopper.

Before finalising a transfer for the 33 year-old, the Giallorossi put the deal on standby as they considered younger goalkeeping options.

Despise their hesitancy, Roma have reignited negotiations with Wolves, hoping to close the deal in the coming days.

A contract agreement is already in place with the Portuguese international, but there is still a gap between Roma’s offer and the Premier League side’s asking price.

According to Sky Sport, Wolves are requesting €12-€15 million to sell the player, while Roma’s offer remains €8 million.

The club is resigned to the likelihood that the veteran will depart this summer and they’ve already identified Olimpiacos shot-stopper José Sá as his replacement.

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