Bartlomiej Dragowski is edging closer to leaving Fiorentina after the concerned parties resolved the issues that had endangered his impending move to Spezia.
Gianluca Di Marzio reports that Fiorentina and Bartlomiej Dragowski’s camp have settled the issues regarding the player’s dues. The report suggests that Fiorentina wanted the goalkeeper to give up the monthly payments for July and August before joining Spezia.
But, unwilling to do, Dragowski took a stand against it. Annoyed, the Polish has now decided against returning to Fiorentina, even though he had previously intended to come back after a loan spell at Spezia. He is now on the brink of joining them on a permanent transfer.
The whole situation even risked the negotiations with Spezia, who started considering going after Napoli’s Alex Meret. But, with now the parties sorting out their differences and La Viola reportedly admitting their dues to the custodian, it is understood that Dragowski could now secure his coveted move to Spezia.
Spezia have reached an agreement with Fiorentina to sign the 24-year-old for a fixed transfer fee of €2 million plus various bonuses of €1 million and €750 thousand. In addition to that, Fiorentina have reportedly asked for 50% of the transfer fee on the player’s possible future resale.
GIFN | Jyotirmoy Halder