Rumors Strootman–MU Keep Stronger, Rome Point Not Intend to Sell
Rome – Rumors interest in Manchester United against Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman continued to strengthen, especially after the Giallorossi were eliminated from the Champions League. Management Rome immediately insists his players did not sell.
MU has long been associated with Strootman. Since the arrival of Louis van Gaal as manager, the ‘Red Devils‘ unrelenting associated with 24-year-old players. Van Gaal and Strootman itself has since worked together in the proximity of the Dutch national team, where the former PSV Eindhoven midfielder was always a top choice in midfield.
Ahead of the winter transfer market in January, the news Manchester United will approach the Romans to bring back Strootman crowded in the British media. The news even became stronger after I Lupi knocked out of the Champions League after losing to Manchester City in the match determination.
The height of the reports subsequently addressed by the General Manager Mauro Baldissoni Rome, which confirmed the club had no intention of selling Strootman.
“I read about Kevin transfer to Manchester United every day and it is something that is not favored by our president. Pallotta issued a statement a few days ago saying that Kevin is not for sale,” said Baldissoni told Sky Sports News.
“We did not get an offer from Manchester United and we do not intend to sell it because he is a young player, with a long contract which tied him with us. Rome wanted to build a team around him,” he was quoted as saying by the Italian Football.
Strootman had just played three times this season after a long absence due to a severe injury in his knee.