Jose Mourinhos Roma will discuss acquiring Roger Ibanez for 25 million dollars, according to Calciomercato, a Premier League team based in Newcastle United.
To keep track of all the defenders linked to a move to St James Park this summer, you need more paper than a Hobbycraft superstore. After missing out on Nico Schlotterbeck, Diego Carlos, Niklas Sule, and Jerry St Juste, Sven Botman is reportedly heading to AC Milan. Newcastles already have a long hit-list.
Tottenham Hotspur supporters will benefit from this name.
Ibanez, according to Calciomercato, is a long-term goal for the London outfit. Spurs reportedly failed with a 23 million bid during the summer of 2020. Two years later, Roma would be willing to pay for a similar amount.
In all competitions last term, Ibanez played more than 50 games, including 34 in Serie A, before departing Mays UEFA Conference League final victory against Feyenoord. However, Roma are hoping to bring in a new centre-half of their own Marco Senesi and Arthur Theate, but the former Atalanta youngster will be permitted to leave if the price is right.
Ibanez'' 25 million asking price for a Newcastle team that has more money than Elon Musks flop is unlikely to put the game off. A former Brazilian youth international, aged 23, fits Newcastle''s policy of signing young, up-and-coming players that have yet to reach their goal, according to Bruno Guimaraes, Hugo Ekitike and his partner.
Ibanez insists that he is a gentle and gentle person in the air while painting the image of a perfectly functioning centre-half. I like to play the ball to feet.
Ibanez, who can fill in out wide, might play alongside Dan Burn at Newcastle, posing additional challenges for Jamaal Lascelles'' future.