Pulisic on the Agenda, N’Zonzi a Possible Imminent Deal

Eusebio Di Francesco | AS Roma

The Giallorossi are ready to face Tottenham Hotspurs in the first match of the International Champions Cup but Monchi is working hard possibly to finalize other two deals.

The Roma sporting director is still angry with Bordeaux but also motivated to do something special for the fans of the Giallorossi. While Di Francesco and his guys are in the USA for the 2018 summer tour, the Spaniard is contacting agents to target and finalize ongoing negotiations.

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As ASROMA360 reported yesterday, Pulisic would be a top choice for the Lupi. The player made in the USA is currently playing for Borussia Dortmund and in the United States of America to play the International Champions Cup. Roma is in San Diego and EDF’s team will face Tottenham Hotspurs at 10:05 PM (EST).

Christian Pulisic‘s price-tag could be approximately €40 million and Roma could invest a portion of the profits earned thanks to Alisson‘s deal on the American jewel. He is a player able to play on both flanks as well as a ‘trequartista’ behind Dzeko.

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But according to today’s news, Maxime Gonalons is chased by Premier League side Crystal Palace. The British club has already made a €10 million offer and Roma seems to be willing to trade him out for that amount. However, Monchi is taking time to find a replacement for the French player.

The Spaniard is ‘in love’ with Steven N’Zonzi, as ASROMA360 reported a few days ago. The Frenchman could be a world-class choice for the club of the Italian capital but his release clause is €39 million. Monchi could approach Sevilla‘s president to lower the price of the experienced playmaker soon.

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