Roma Plants Young and Strong Roots

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The soil of Trigoria will bear fruits thanks to quality grafts. Monchi closes deals and Di Francesco will lead a strong roster to new highs.

A process of total rejuvenation. A targeted strategy to bring the Lupi to a lasting success over time.

Monchi is revolutionizing the Roma roster once more. The talented youngsters who have arrived represent the necessary generational change so loved and chased by the Spanish sporting director.

A project in which there seems to be no more room for Radja Nainggolan. The Belgian is 30 years old. An extrovert character so loved by the fans but not so much by the club. Although his value cannot be questioned, the Roma management chose to let him go to lower the club’s salary cap. Economically, this is an impeccable choice. Nainggolan’s price-tag is not high anymore but his remuneration spread over the years is a serious issue for the club’s coffers.

Radja Nainggolan - AS Roma
Radja Nainggolan – AS Roma

Tactically, the departure of the midfielder is another problem. Radja has always been a loyal fighter. Now, however, Monchi and Di Francesco seem to be willing to invest all their chips on the quality and creativity of young football artists.

Javier Pastore’s arrival in the Italian capital is very likely. It confirms the new trend of the Giallorossi. Pure class and creativity to surprise the enemy defense. The Argentine champion is a master in making assists for his teammates. The two youngsters on the flanks could definitely take advantage of his calibrated balls trough. Justin Kluivert and Cengiz Under could become devastating next season.

Monchi sows and Di Francesco takes care of the harvest. The soil of Trigoria is full of fruits ready to bloom. Quality fruits coming from solid roots.

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About Stefano Bernardini 3101 Articles
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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