Simon Kjaer insists there is “already an agreement with Roma and I think things will go well” despite Wolfsburg changing the terms.
The transfer deadline is tomorrow and the Dane has been in Italy for several days, but the move was postponed when Wolfsburg sent contracts for a mandatory buy-out clause rather than an option.
It is now reported the clubs came back for more negotiations, so Roma will pay €3m for the loan and an option to buy for €7m.
“I already reached my agreement with Roma, so I have nothing else to do but wait for the situation to evolve,” said Kjaer.
“It is certainly frustrating, but I am optimistic and think things will go well tomorrow.”
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