The Italian press advances, this Monday, that the officialization of the Portuguese guardian in AS Roma is for hours.
According to Corriere dello Sport, AS Roma is about to make the purchase of the Portuguese official Rui Patricio. The Italian newspaper says that the goalkeeper has his suitcase packed and should arrive in the capital in the next few days, and could arrive this Monday.
The agreement between the Roman emblem and Wolverhampton is practically closed and the two parts are separated only by one million euros. The Italians offer 10 million, plus three for goals, while the wolves they ask for 11 million, plus three.
According to the same newspaper, coach José Mourinho’s opinion was decisive in unblocking the situation, as he convinced the sporting director Tiago Pinto to bet on the experience of his 33-year-old compatriot to give more security to Roma’s defence.
The Portuguese international, owner of the national team’s goal and of Wolwerhampton, has another year of contract with the English club, now guided by Bruno Lage.
The sports press has advanced, in recent days, that Patrício may be replaced in the wolves fur too Portuguese José Sá, who defends the Greek goal of Olympiacos.