Schick arrives in Germany to complete Bayer Leverkusen move


Patrik Schick is ready to complete his move to Bayer Leverkusen.

The Czech attacker touched down in Germany late this morning in order to undergo his medical examinations with the Bundesliga side before putting pen to paper on his contract.

Schick will be joining the German outfit on a permanent deal worth €27 million plus bonuses and a small sell-on percentage in favor of Roma.

The former Sampdoria man, who remains Roma’s most expensive purchase in club history, joined RB Leipzig last summer on loan and enjoyed a bit of a rebirth while playing in the Bundesliga, scoring 10 goals and grabbing 3 assists.

Schick departs the Giallorossi having made a total of 58 appearances with 8 goals and 3 assists to his name.

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