ROMA look set to complete a loan move for Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches, according to reports.
The Italian giants and PSG have been going back and forth over the final details of the deal.Renato Sanches is set to move to Roma on loan from PSG[/caption]
Several delays have occurred between the two clubs due tocamps affecting the deal.
If Sanches, 25, were to leave it’d come just one year after he joined the French club.
Roma are interested in signing the midfielder on loan for the season with Corriere dello Sport reporting they will pay a fixed fee of £860,000.
Sanches joined PSG last summer from fellow French team LOSC Lille for a reported fee of £13million.
Last season he made 23 league appearances but scored just twice.
He only started six games in Ligue 1.
The Portuguese international was once the hottest youngsters in Europe, winning the prestigious Golden Boy award in 2016.
Sanches joined German giants Bayern Munich from for a fee of £30m at just 19 years old.
It was the highest fee at the time for any Portuguese player playing in the Primeira Liga.
In 2016 he became the youngest Portuguese player to play in an international tournament.
The hot prospect was chosen to represent his nation at Euro 2016 at just 18 years old.
He’s arguably best known to Premier League fans for his loan spell in the Premier League with Swansea back in 2017.