OM: AS Roma pushes for Boubacar Kamara


In this winter transfer window, AS Roma of José Mourinho has been rather active in the direction of the departures, and that should not stop anytime soon. Indeed after having formalized the loans of Borja Mayoral and Gonzalo Villar in Getafe, the Romans would also be in the process of separating from Bryan Reynolds, pending departure for Anderlecht. Six other players are cited by the Gazetta dello Sport as being invited to find a new club, this is the case of Fazio and Santon who are at the end of their contract in 6 months. Riccardi, Edoardo Bove and Nicola Zalewski are expected to be loaned to teams that guarantee them playing time, in which case Mourinho would like to keep them with him. The last name is that of Amadou Diawara, currently at CAN and tracked by Valence some time ago.

If the departures of those days were true, it would leave some financial room for the Eternal City club to have a go this winter, after Ainsley Maitland-Niles arrived on loan. The Portuguese coach would have identified the midfielder as a position to be reinforced and the Giallorossi would therefore have positioned themselves on the Marseillais, Boubacar Kamara, at the end of the contract at the end of the season. The Romans would be ready to pay a few million for the French who can also play a central defender. OM seemed to be resigned to seeing their nugget leave for free at the end of the season, a few million may change the management’s mind, which would agree to sell a player trained at the club and who played 22 of the 26 games of the season all competitions combined.

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