Roma announced that Italy international forward Nicolo Zaniolo Officially moved to the Galatasaray team. The 23-year-old playmaker has been unhappy with the Italian capital this season. And calls for wanting to move the team in the January market to go to AC Milan.
Milan failed to strike a deal with Roma and Zaniolo initially refused a move to Bournemouth before later changing his mind. But by that time, The Cherries had abandoned the deal. Which makes the situation of the 23-year-old star player almost left no choice. And it is clear that his future with the club must come to an end.
According to the Turkish Football Association website. Zaniolo has officially joined Galatasaray on a four-and-a-half-year contract. UFABET Reportedly earning €3.5m per season plus bonuses.
His deal has a release clause of €35m and Roma will receive a 15% share. Which would be around €5.25m if someone pays the release clause.
Galatasaray paid Roma €16.5m plus €13m in bonuses, half of which were on simple terms and the other half is a hard condition.
Roma said in a statement:
“Roma can confirm that an agreement has been reached with Galatasaray for Zaniolo. With which the striker will move permanently to Turkey.”
“Zaniolo joined the Giallorossi in the summer of 2018 and made 128 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 24 goals.
AS Roma striker Nicolo Zaniolo is close to completing a move to Turkish Super Lig giants Galatasaray. According to Fabrizio Roma. No, the trusted football correspondent for Zaniolo, who broke up with Roma after rejecting a new contract. Transfers have been heavily linked with transfers over the past month, with Bournemouth the club most linked with. But in the end, there was no team transfer. Before the second round of the football market closes on Tuesday, January 31.