Roma and Juventus Work Together on Higuain’s Deal

The two clubs seem to agree on the future of the Argentine star. Higuain continues to refuse proposals but Roma waits with extreme confidence.




Market strategies and financial interests guide the transfer market sessions around the world. Everyone takes care of their own interests by not accepting disadvantageous compromises. The negotiation between Roma and Juventus for Higuain goes on. Although the Argentine continues to reject the Giallorossi, Gianluca Petrachi is reportedly confident in the positive ending of this deal.

Juventus and Roma are working together to find a win/win/win solution. The Bianconeri have already decided to trade Higuain out and Paratici already has an agreement with the Lupi. The striker may be offered severance before accepting a move to the eternal city.

According to the Italian outlet Calciomercato.com, Juventus may bank about €36 million from Higuain’s departure. Roma could get the player on loan with an obligation to buy one year after. A very complex deal that could trigger a domino effect in the Italian capital. If Higuain will move in the city of emperors, Icardi may join the Bianconeri and Dzeko would be free to go to Inter.




As reported by Luca Bianchin (La Gazzetta dello Sport) through his official Twitter account, Paratici and Nedved spoke to the player ahead of the ICC match Juventus-Tottenham while the team was in the locker room.

Juventus seems to be pushing Gonzalo Higuain toward Roma and the club of Trigoria is patiently waiting for positive news from Turin. According to the Italian Corriere dello Sport, the Giallorossi may be willing to pay about €9 million to get the player on loan this summer and €27m to finalize this expensive deal.

 

 

 

 

 

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About Stefano Bernardini 3716 Articles
A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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