Roma could end up making €20 million or even more from player sales this summer.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have talked about Roma’s finances for the summer, claiming that a lot of Roma’s players on loan will be gone from the club permanently and that will bring in more finances for Jose Mourinho.
A certain amount will arrive from Marseille, who will sign Cengiz Under and Pau Lopez permanently. For Under, €8 million will arrive and for Lopez, the Giallorossi will get €12 million. This will take the sales fee to €20 million and Roma want to earn around €14 million from the sale of Justin Kluivert too.
As things stand though, it will be difficult to get that amount from Nice. The French club would’ve triggered the obligation to buy for the player if the Dutchman would have played half the amount of games in the season and if Nice had qualified for the Champions League. Currently, the French club are eight points away from qualification.
As a result, Nice will have to buy the player at different figures. If Nice qualify for the Europa League, lower figures will be discussed. Roma’s potential success in the Conference League final could also hand them extra finances.