Michael Bradley is finalising terms on his proposed move to Roma and could be training with the team as soon as tomorrow, says his agent.
The young American midfielder is in the capital to undergo a medical and sign a deal with with the Giallorossi to transfer from Chievo.
Confirming this as ongoing, his representative suggested that the deal could all be wrapped up within the day, allowing him to join his new teammates tomorrow, as they begin pre-season training in Riscone.
“Today he won’t be starting pre-season, he will meet with Roma to finalise a few details to the contract,” confirmed Paolo Alberto Faccini to gazzettagiallorossa.it
“But, when there is an agreement then he will be a new Roma player and will be able to join the group. Costs of the transfer? Only the two clubs will talk about this.”
According to Sky Sport Italia journalist Gianluca Di Marzio, Roma will pay €3.4m to Chievo, plus hand over 50 per cent of 21-year-old midfielder Adrian Stoian to the Mussi Volanti.
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