Report: Lazio to use buying option for Genoa’s Romulo

Romulo, Source- imagephotoagency.it
Romulo, Source: imagephotoagency.it

According to what has been reported by calciomercato.com, Lazio are set to redeem Romulo. Arriving on loan to the club from Genoa over the January transfer window, the Ital-Brazilian – in June – is said to have convinced management and Simone Inzaghi. As a result, he will become an official Biancocelesti player with the Eagles paying a fee of approximately 2 million euros to the Rossoblu for his future services. Since joining, Romulo has made nine appearances in all competitions: one in the UEFA Europa League (34 mins), two in the Coppa Italia (179 mins), and six in the Serie A TIM (439 mins). Although failing to provide a goal or an assist, the player has been a huge help getting forward and defending on the right flank. With performances similar to that of the one offered against Milan last night in the semifinals of the Coppa Italia at the San Siro, Laziali can be sure to see him starting over Adam Marusic or Patric in the remaining matches.