Nicola Innocentin spoke about the future of the Brazilian midfielder leaving the doors open to Roma.
Rumors from Italy and Spain are constantly reporting on Roma’s interest in Rafinha. The talented Brazilian midfielder could return to Serie A already in January.
Although his price-tag is high (approximately €30 million), the giallorossi are looking for a great midfielder able to change the physiognomy of Di Francesco‘s team.
Rafinha seems to be the right target and something is moving on that front. As stated by the intermediary who brought Rafinha to Inter one year ago, the doors are open for another move to Italy.
“We won’t close the doors to anyone,” said Nicola Innocentin to Sky Sport Italia.
In reference to a possible Roma move for the Barcelona man, Innocentin stated, “we’ll see…Perhaps at lunch I can get some more info directly from them [from Roma]. We are talking about a player who did very well in Italy. I hope he can return to delight us with his plays in Serie A,” concluded Rafinha’s intermediary Nicola Innocentin from the Wyscout forum in Amsterdam.