ROME – Alessandro Florenzi leaves Rome after ten years of very long militancy. He is the last senator to leave, in chronological order, after Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi. If the last two have already left football played, he hasn't, he's still in the middle of his career. He will go away on loan, he will not wear another Italian shirt, he will go to Valencia in Spain.
Alessandro Florenzi was dark-faced when he left the Roma sports center.
Is it a goodbye or a goodbye? For now it is a goodbye in the sense that it will go away with the dry loan formula. Therefore no redemption right or obligation has been set in favor of Valencia. It is an identical operation to that which brought Smalling from Manchester United to Rome. At the end of the season, Rome and Valencia will have to sit at a table to find an understanding on the future of the player. If this agreement is not found, Florenzi will return to the capital.
In short, Florenzi leaves Pallotta's Rome but could return to Friedkin's (who should become the new owner of the Giallorossi in mid-February). Last summer, Florenzi had been requested by Inter but Roma preferred to keep him in the pink. At the beginning of the January market, Florenzi had been requested by Fiorentina and Sampdoria but in the end Fonseca wanted to keep it to give him another chance. The latest negative performances have convinced Fonseca to give the go-ahead for his transfer to Valencia.
Florenzi felt betrayed by the club of which he was captain until yesterday. So he left Trigoria dark in the face and released the following statements to Sky Sport's microphones: “I'm not emotionally ready to speak. There are many things to say. "
His agent Lucci was more talkative, his statements are reported by the Corriere dello Sport: “Alessandro is fine. It is peaceful, it is peaceful. Words sometimes don't have great meanings, we have to think about the present and the present indicates that this is the best choice. Dry loan? Yes, but then we'll talk about it calmly and calmly. Now he has to play and have fun. A goodbye? No, it's always a goodbye in life. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano