Roma transfer plan dented by Man Utd demand

Roma’s transfer plans of signing Diogo Dalot on an initial loan deal have been dented by Manchester United’s demand.

La Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Dalot is Roma’s first choice target for the right-back spot but United have made it clear to them that they would be happy with a dry loan but they would want Roma to have an obligation to buy the player permanently.

United would also want €15 million in a permanent sale. As a result, Roma are looking at players that can be cheaper and their alternatives include Zeki Celik and Benjamin Heinrichs.


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