Il Corriere dello Sport reports that that only a few nuances remain to define the deal to bring Bruno Peres to Roma.
The two parties are still defining the percentage Torino would receive should Roma sell the player in the future, likely to be between 15% to 25%, the kind of bonuses to be included in the contract, and the amount of cash that Roma will have to shell out up front for the player.
Despite these last details, there will not be problems because yesterday the president of Torino, Urbano Cairo, accepted the formula of a loan with a purchase obligation for a valuation of €15 million after previously taking a very hard stance for the Brazilian. The rights to Iago Falque could also enter into the affair, as the Spaniard transferred to Torino on loan with an option to buy.
After the completion of formalities, Bruno Peres will fly to Rome for his medical visits: Villa Stuart have already been put on alert to expect the player. Everything will be unlocked in the coming hours, allowing Spalletti to have another resource for the playoffs of the Champions League. The player will probably not participant in the first leg, which is played on Wednesday, but will likely play in the return leg against Porto: the most important thing, though, is that the player is registered by Roma on Tuesday to UEFA.
Bruno Peres has a good chance of being called for Saturday’s match against Udinese since his fitness levels are up to par (he scored a goal against Pro Vercelli in the Coppa Italia last week).