Serie A side Roma have now sealed a double deal with Paris Saint-Germain for midfielders Renato Sanches and Leandro Paredes.
Sky Italia report that Roma’s moves for the PSG duo have now closed, with Paredes returning to the club on a permanent basis and Sanches arriving on an initial loan deal to unite with his compatriot Jose Mourinho.
Roma will pay a fee of €2.5 million to PSG for Paredes, who will sign a two-year deal but an option for a third year will be activated once he plays 50 percent of games. As for Sanches, arrives on a loan deal and it will become an obligation to buy if certain conditions are met by the end of the temporary stint. There will be an option to buy at €15 million, with an initial loan fee of €1 million going to PSG, but the option becomes an obligation to buy if the Portuguese plays 60 percent of games next season.
There is already an agreement over personal terms with Duvan Zapata, but a fee is yet to be agreed with Atalanta.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN