PSG player, Renato Sanches has joined a Serie A club via this summer’s transfer window. The negotiations with respect to the player’s transfer were taking place over the past few days. The player who had joined Ligue 1 club, PSG only last season has now made a loaned move to none other than Italian club AS Roma. The player’s move to Roma on loan is a done deal as per the confirmations of several sources. He along with his PSG teammate – Leandro Paredes shall be making a move to Italy shortly.
Renato Sanches to join Roma on loan
Fabrizio Romano via his official revelation let everyone know that Renato Sanches’ loaned move to Roma has almost been completed. The agreement has been sealed with PSG as he will be joining his Parisian teammate on a move to Roma. Fabrizio also made the details of the transfer very clear as he mentioned that PSG shall be receiving a £1m loan fee and a €15m buy option clause.
Renato Sanches who was born in 1997 began his senior career with Benfica in the 2015/16 season aged 18. He played 35 games for the club before making a move to Bundesliga club, Bayern Munich the following season. He made 53 appearances for the German club during his four year stay there.
In the meantime, he also was loaned out to Swansea City for the 2017/18 season. He joined Lille in the 2019/20 season. After making 91 appearances for the side in three years thereon, the Portuguese made a move to PSG in 2022/23 season wherein he played 27 games scoring 2 goals.
Roma have been in pretty good rhythm lately. The Jose Mourinho coached side has been doing fairly well in the recent past. The team finished sixth in the league last season thereby cementing there spots in the upcoming season’s Europa League. The team also made it to the finals of the Europa League last season before losing to Sevilla in the final.
The team’s major motto will be to achieve better results both in the league and Europa League in the upcoming season. The onus will be on the team’s new signings including Renato Sanches to help the side achieve it’s objectives in the times to come.