Reporter Kang Dong-hoon = Paris Saint-Germain midfielders Leandro Paredes (29) and Henatou Sanchez (25) are heading to AS Roma at the same time. They will be coached by Jose Mourinho, 60, in an outright transfer and a loan move, respectively. All the transfer formalities have been completed and only the official announcement remains to be made.
European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano announced on social media on Friday that “Paredes and Sanchez will join AS Roma together. A final agreement has been reached,” he wrote in his signature “Here we go” style.
According to Romano, Paredes is a free transfer. His contract runs until June 2025, with an option for a one-year extension. The transfer fee is €4 million. He returns to AS Roma after six years. Sanchez is on loan. The loan is for €1 million, with a mandatory transfer option of €15 million if he plays at least 60% of the time.
Paredes and Sanchez had been expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer. They were labeled as “out of the picture” and out of Luis Enrique’s plans. As a result, they were in search of new destinations and joined AS Roma at the same time, who were in need of midfield reinforcements.바카라사이트
Paredes is a midfielder who joined Paris Saint-Germain in January 2019. He was highly touted at the time of his arrival, but he didn’t perform as expected, and as time went on, he was unable to survive the fierce competition for places in the starting lineup and was dropped. Last season, he went on loan to Juventus.
This summer, he found himself completely out of place as Paris Saint-Germain embarked on a major squad overhaul. With only one year left on his contract, he was handed a ‘release’ notice, ending his four-year association with the club. In total, he played 117 games (3 goals, 10 assists).
Sanchez is a midfielder who joined Paris Saint-Germain last summer. He arrived at the Parc des Princes on the recommendation of coach Luis Campos, 58, after a resurgent 2019 season with LOSC Lille, where he made a name for himself in the French Ligue 1.
However, he struggled to settle in and didn’t make much of an impact last season. This, coupled with the arrival of new signings, led to his departure after just one year. In total, he made 27 appearances (2 goals).