With ten days left of the transfer market, the Patrik Schick chase is heating up. We start with Roma, who made a 38 million euro offer for the player in which they proposed a two-year loan with an obligation to purchase, but the player himself is still unsure of joining Roma. Next we move to Inter, whose offer is of 35 million euros. The method, however, is for a loan with a right to purchase that becomes mandatory after certain objectives are met. Schick himself is very interested in joining the nerazzurri.
Juventus is thinking of restarting negotiations with the player's agents, but Sampdoria did not like the way the first attempt at a transfer went, so they are demanding that Juve submits an offer today. Lastly, PSG has also expressed interest in the player and could submit a concrete offer to bring the player to France in the coming days.
Sampdoria, in the meantime, is pushing hard for Duvan Zapata from Napoli, as they would like him to replace Schick should he leave.