Paris Saint-Germain might have to figure out another plan for Renato Sanches. The Portugal international left the French club after one season as the Ligue 1 side moved him on loan to AS Roma.
The move to Italy allowed Sanches to get his career back on track ahead of UEFA Euro 2024. However, playing in Serie A has yet to go as planned for the midfielder. Sanches has dealt with injuries, and it has Roma thinking about his future.
La Gazzetta Dello Sport reports that Roma is not considering buying Renato Sanches due to his multiple injuries. If the midfielder plays in 55 percent of the team’s matches during the loan period, Roma will be obligated to buy him for a fee of €11 million.
❌ L’AS Roma ne pense pas à acheter Renato Sanches en raison de ses multiples blessures !
Il doit jouer, au moins, 55% des matchs. Pour l’instant, le milieu en est à 6,5%.
(Gazzetta Dello Sport) pic.twitter.com/Pl276XexCz
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On the other hand, if Sanches takes the field in 75 percent of Roma’s games, the purchase obligation rises to €14 million. Currently, the 26-year-old has played in 6.5 percent of matches for Jose Mourinho and Co.