Roma Ready to Bank €57m For Emerson and Dzeko

Edin Dzeko - AS Roma
Edin Dzeko - AS Roma

Negotiations between Roma and Chelsea are going on. The giallorossi are in agreement with the Blues for a shocking but remunerative double deal.




In the past few days, rumors of a double possible deal between the British side and the Lupi were disturbing the sleep of the Roma fans. Nowadays, the situation seems to be clearer and almost defined.

Antonio Conte is betting high on the two Roma players and Chelsea would be ready to seal these deals between Tuesday and Wednesday. According to the British outlet ‘Daily Mirror’, the Blues agreed to pay a €57m fee to the club of the Italian capital to bring Dzeko and Emerson Palmieri to London. The contract of the Brazilian defender is ready and it will be signed by the player in the next few hours. Today, Dzeko’s agents flew to London to write down a contract and to ask more information about the destiny of the Bosnian striker.

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Reportedly, Conte spoke with the player reassuring him about his role with his need team. The striker is not going to sit on the bench replacing Morata sometimes but he will have a predominant role in the next few months. Therefore, Dzeko and Chelsea are confident in the positive ending of this deal even because Roma pushed the player toward London to make a profit on his sale. The Bosnia international will earn €7m per season albeit the player asked for extra add-ons as well.

Roma is ready to bank €57m in order to reshape its roster and cope with the financial fair play regulation.




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A Roman in New York achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Calciomercato.it | Calcio e Finanza | Reporting on Major League Soccer.

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