Wednesday , October 5 2022

A Liverpool player has said he has agreed to personal terms for leaving Anfield


The Italian media today is making some confident claims that Roma are getting closer and closer to finding a deal to sign Liverpool's Dejan Lovren.

One of the reports came from the Tutto Mercato website. They have brought updates on multiple goals the Serie A side have, and say a deal with Liverpool should not be a problem.

According to the outlet, Lovren's agent told Roma that a move could be made for just € 15 million, with no further payments.

The thing would be that Lovren is making over € 4 million a season for Liverpool, and Roma's idea would be to pay up to € 3.3 million.

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But maybe the paycheck wouldn't actually be a problem, as as reported by Sky Italia today, the Giallorrosi actually found a deal with the player.

The claims, which are covered by Calcio Mercato, say that the defender agreed a contract to make € 3m a year in Italy.

Their report says the issue will be what delivery fee Liverpool want. It is alleged that the Reds started claiming € 28 million, then dropped to € 20 million, and Roma still thinks it's too much.

If we were to collect the positive notes from each report, then Roma would have an agreement to sign Lovren. See if any of them are true.

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