Roma to Move On from PSG Bust, Assess Other Loanees

As has been apparent for months given his very limited role, Roma won’t keep Renato Sanches permanently following an injury-riddled loan spell from PSG. They would have had to pay €15M to do so. He has collected just 12 appearances for a total of 260 minutes, scoring once. He has been healthy in recent weeks, but Daniele De Rossi prefers other options.

The Giallorossi have several more temporary situations to address. Romelu Lukaku is the trickiest one given his prominent role. However, Chelsea demand €40M for a permanent switch, La Gazzetta dello Sport informs. They might not keep Diego Llorente, who has been serviceable, despite a €5M clause to purchase him.

Angelino has better chances of staying at Roma. De Rossi likes him and will ask the club to retain him. It’d cost €5M. The hierarchy wouldn’t mind confirming Sardar Azmoun, who has been a fine rotational piece. However, they don’t want to spend €12.5M to do so, the amount of his option to buy. They could ask Bayer Leverkusen for a discount.

Dean Huijsen has progressively lost minutes after a fiery start. Juventus demand a hefty sum, and it’s highly unlikely he’ll continue in the Italian capital. The Bianconeri might cash in on him later on. Rasmus Kristensen hasn’t been too convincing and will probably head back to Leeds United.

According to La Repubblica, Roma are finally set to hire a new sporting director this week.

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