Sergio Oliveira’s time at Roma is for the moment coming to an end as the Portuguese midfielder concludes his dry loan in the Italian capital.
It remains to be seen whether Roma will negotiate with Porto an option to permanently sign the 29-year-old who joined the Giallorossi in January and featured in 20 games for the capital club.
Oliveira addressed his own future in a recent Best Models event.
“The important thing for my career is to keep winning. I have a contract with the Porto and now I’m going to rest and recharge my batteries,” said the midfielder.
“I end the season with three titles, which always has a strong impact on one’s morale. I’m very happy with the Porto double, the staff, the teammates and the friends I have there, but from the moment I went to Roma I dedicated myself to the cause, even if I have a special feeling for Porto and continued cheering at a distance.”
“I played 46 games this year. In the first phase I didn’t play with the continuity I liked, but at one point Vitinha came in very well and I went my own way.”
“Moreover, even if Porto is my club, I wanted to try something abroad, test myself and challenge myself. Fortunately, it went well.”