As Roma’s star midfielder, Daniele De Rossi, keeps on making the Giallorossi fans bitting their fingernails as the Italian international still yet to confirm his future despite the capital club have just submitted their final contract renewal offer to the player.
Speaking to the media not long ago, instead of confirming his future, De Rossi only revealed that he already knows what his going to do stating that he doesn’t want to confirm anything at the moment.
“I have very clear ideas, but I won’t talk about them now. What does that mean? It means being aware of what you say and what you do not say. All that matters to me is that Roma win,” De Rossi explained.
This statement pretty much encouraged several clubs who are interested on acquiring De Rossi’s signature in the summer since as long as the Italian international haven’t signed the extension, the door remains open. The situation obviously gets really interesting since with only six months left in his contract, other clubs aside from Roma are actually allowed to submit an offer towards the player as he is already in the final months of his deal with the Giallorossi.
Teams such as Manchester City, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and also Ac Milan are reportedly monitoring the player’s move at the moment and the longer De Rossi thinks about Roma’s final offer, the sooner those interested clubs will be making their approach. Judging by the Italian international’s statement, he might be considering several offers as well, especially from clubs that might be able to provide something his currently needing in his career.
There’s a speculation rising in Italy suggesting that De Rossi is taking his time with Roma’s management simply because he is considering about the Giallorossi’s future with their new tactician and owner. The Italian international midfielder might be thinking on whether he wants to stay simply based on loyalty or seek for bigger opportunities in winning titles, which is something that a player like him probably searching in the final stage of his career.
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