Roma Czech striker Patrick Schick seems to be ready to move back to Sampdoria. The player is not performing well in the Italian capital and could leave the club in January.
That of January will be a very important transfer window for the giallorossi. The club of Trigoria needs fresh players able to boost the efficiency of the group coached by Eusebio Di Francesco. Early this morning, news coming from Italy were reporting on Monchi‘s interest in three players.
But the Roma sporting director could have changed idea in reference to Patrick Schick. According to the transfer market expert Eleonora Trotta who is leading the operations at the Italian portal Calciomercato.it, the Czech striker could be loaned to Sampdoria even without setting up other deals with the club of President Ferrero.
Apparently, after a long courtship, Patrick Schick would have said YES to a possible move back to his former club. Rumors were also reporting on Roma’s interest in bringing Defrel back to the eternal city. But the player is not on the market at this time.
#Roma, possibile prestito di #Schick alla @sampdoria anche senza scambi (Defrel è ritenuto incedibile). Dopo un lungo corteggiamento, il ceco, in attesa di novità sul fronte tecnico, ha dato la sua disponibilità al club blucerchiato#calciomercato
— Eleonora Trotta (@eleonora_trotta) December 19, 2018