The Roma team is working hard on the split with the remaining outcasts remaining on the roster in the last moments of the summer window. They finally reached an agreement with Fulham over Justin Kluivert, but the move basically fell apart. The ward does not meet the criteria for obtaining a work permit in England, the athlete reports.
🚨 Justin Kluivert’s move from Roma to Fulham has been halted – the 23-year-old Netherlands midfielder has refused a work permit. Although presented to #OGCNice On loan last season, lack of appearances lately #ASRoma It means he failed to meet FA standards and no appeal was allowed Tweet embed #FFC
– David Ornstein (@David_Ornstein) August 30, 2022
The Gelorossi You will have to scramble to find another destination. Instead, after failing to find success long ago, Amadou Diawara will join Anderlecht in a permanent €3m deal with a 50 per cent sale clause, Corriere dello Sport reports.
Riccardo Calaviori has officially joined Basel. Other untouchables on their way out are David Boa, who could go to Regina and Ante Couric, William Pianda and Alessio Ricciardi, who might terminate his contract and sign with Latina. Chasing Bologna, Monza and Turin Eldor Shumorodov. Although he will only leave for a strong attempt, Gianluca Di Marzio informs.
The Gelorossi Dramatically reduced their salaries this summer. They permanently sold out Jordan Veritot, Pau Lopez, Genghis Under, and Daniel Fozato. Misfits left Gonzalo Villar, Carles Perez and Brian Reynolds on loan with options to buy, with their wages covered by Sampdoria, Celta Vigo and Westerlo. They just cashed in €6 million from Cremonese for Felix Afena-Gyan.
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It’s a tough break for Kluivert, who will be by far the most profitable, in 2023, if not this summer. They didn’t even think about reintegrating it, but maybe they should. Nicolo Zaniolo and Stephan El Shaarawy have had injuries recently. Jose Mourinho has got a lot of less fortunate players.