Roma: Five players including Leeds loanee set to leave in plan to save over €50m

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports five Roma players, including Rasmus Kristensen, will leave the Stadio Olimpico in the
summer, helping the Giallorossi save over €50m gross in wages.

Several players are expected to leave Roma at the end of the season, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport. Some are on loan
in the capital, while others will be free to walk out at the end of their contracts.

According to the report, Kristensen, Renato Sanches and Dean Huijsen will return to their clubs—Leeds United, PSG, and
Juventus—at the end of their loan spells in June, while goalkeepers Rui Patricio and Pietro Boer will not be offered new deals.

However, there are more players with an uncertain future in the capital. Romelu Lukaku’s stay is highly unlikely given
that Roma would need to pay €43m to make his move from Chelsea permanent plus, at least, an annual gross salary of
€13.8m. The Giallorossi, like any other Serie A club, can no longer rely on the growth decree.

Roma are considering the future of other players currently on loan: Azmoun (Bayer Leverkusen), Angeliño (RB Leipzig)
and Diego Llorente (Leeds United).READ MORE

On the other hand, Leonardo Spinazzola’s contract expires in June and even if his agent, Davide Lippi, said in January that his client would not extend his contract beyond June, Daniele De Rossi has been giving the Italian left-back regular playing time, so he may ask the club to offer Spinazzola a new deal.

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