End of the soap opera Pau López: agreement between Betis and Roma

The Catalan goalkeeper, who has left the concentration, leaves for 24 million euros plus half of the Sanabria pass that the Romans still owned.

El culebrón Pau López comes to an end with the agreement principle reached by Roma and Betis for the Catalan goalkeeper to sign for the Italians. After having to move to Montecastillo since the negotiation did not close on Friday, Pau López has already set course for Roma to pass the medical examination and sign his new contract for five seasons with the club of the Italian capital.

The Betis will perceive by Pau López 24 million euros plus 50% of the rights of Paraguayan striker Tonny Sanabria, who still owned the Roma. The valuation of this percentage is not fixed, since Betis paid 7.5 million for half of the pass three seasons ago, while the current value of the player is 9 million euros according to Transfermarkt, web used almost as a bible in this summer market.

So whatsoever, Betis closes an operation in which the desired liquidity arrives in its coffers to re-bet on Borja Iglesias. Pau arrived free of the Catalan team last season and with his transfer he has given Betis the arguments to be able to go back to fishing in Cornellà with guarantees.

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