Roma sporting director Monchi is monitoring the market to find great talents for the giallorossi. The Spaniard could bring Antonio Sanabria back to the Italian capital.
Several players come and go in a club but just a few of those are able to make the difference abroad before returning back to their previous clubs. Antonio Sanabria could be one of those soon.
The 21-year-old striker moved from Roma to Betis Sevilla in summer 2016. The Lupi banked €7.5 million keeping 50% of his future sale. However, nowadays players’ contracts are very particular and in that of Sanabria there’s still a clause that the giallorossi can trigger.
Reportedly, Roma could buy him back within his first two seasons abroad for €11 million. Monchi could also wait a bit more bringing him back to Trigoria during the third year for €14m.
Antonio Sanabria is part of the Paraguay national team. He made 29 appearances with Betis Sevilla scoring 11 goals.
According to ‘Gazzetta.it’, Monchi could pursue the player for Di Francesco or just to sell him making a profit.