Roma are set to begin new talks with Nicolo Zaniolo’s representative over a contract extension.
Italian publication Tutto Mercatoweb reports that Roma are planning a new contract with Zaniolo, starting a new round of talks with the Italy midfielder’s representatives. When the market is close this summer. Roma manager Jose Mourinho has made it clear that Zaniolo remains an important part of his long-term plans. And in the transfer market this summer,
the 23-year-old has been link with Juventus and Tottenham Hotspur. But ultimately is unlikely to leave Rome. Roma are expect to update some details of the new contract in discussions with Zaniolo’s representatives next month, with the contract being extend to 2027. For Zaniolo, he was a pivotal figure in Mourinho’s attack last season, scoring eight goals uabet and providing nine assists in 42 games across all competitions.
Being heavily link with moves away to clubs like Juventus and Tottenham throughout the window. But ultimately a departure from Roma never materialised as coach Jose Mourinho made it clear that he was still an important part of the project.
As highlighted by TMW, Roma are planning to sit down for a new round of contract renewal negotiations with Zaniolo and his entourage once the transfer window draws to a close. Both parties want to move forward together and current indications suggest that a new deal would last until 2027.
Significant developments are expect at some point later next month. With Roma keen to end the transfer market noise surrounding the player once and for all.
Last season, Zaniolo scored eight goals and provided nine assists in 42 appearances across all competitions.