Rui Patricio has been strongly linked with a move to AS Roma since Jose Mourinho took over at the Serie A club.
The 33-year-old only has a year left on his contract with the Premier League club, and that may well be why they’re considering selling him and finding a younger replacement.
Things have been dragging on, and with Patricio at Euro 2020 with Portugal there’s not a lot he can do personally about the matter.
Luckily for him, he has Gestifute doing that on his behalf, and Sky Italia report, via TMW, that personal terms have now been agreed for the move to Serie A.
Crucially, a transfer fee hasn’t yet been shaken on. The report states Wolves are looking for €12-15m, and Roma’s initial offer was just €8m. Negotiations are continuing between the two clubs, and there’s a hope they can meet in the middle and allow a move to happen in the not too distant future.
Wolves will then have to find the man tasked with the big job of taking over from Patricio, with Jose Sa the most linked.