Nainggolan Mocks Strootman’s Call For End Of Departures From Roma

Roma’s Radja Nainggolan celebrates scoring their third goal.

Reuters / Max Rossi

Roma players are skeptical about possible departures in the ongoing transfer window, following the transfers of Mohamed Salah and Antonio Rudiger.

The Italian giants have lost two key members of squad to the Premier League, as Salah joined Liverpool and Rudiger moved to Chelsea. Midfielder Parades has also left for Zenit St. Petersburg, leaving Roma light of quality players for next season.

As a result, Kevin Strootman is fearing the worst, that even more of his teammates could be on their way out of the Rome-based outfit.


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Strootman took to Instagram to wish his outgoing teammate Rudiger good luck in a post, where he cited his fear by stating: “Good luck to my bro @toniruediger at his new club. I’m gonna miss our fights in the training sessions and our discussions in the dressing room. But especially we are gonna miss you on the pitch. Ps I hope that this will be the last goodbye of this summer.”

 

 

Replying to the above-mentioned post, Radja Nainggolan said: “I don’t know (Laughing Smiley)”.

And looking at Nainggolan’s cheeky comment, Salah couldn’t help but join the fun, by commenting : “The time for Radja now.”

The Belgian midfielder is being heavily linked to Premier League clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea, and could make a switch in the current transfer window. The player is highly admired for his all action play in midfield, and his high work rate makes him a good team player.

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Written by Shorya Panwar  

Has 20+ years of experience managing Schalke in Football Manager 2017. Believes wing-backs are the most complete footballers in the modern/evolved football. Writes weird stuff on his personal blog.

 

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