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Roma’s owner was telling anyone who would listen that his team was determined to keep hold of Kevin Strootman. The Dutch midfielder is currently recovering from a knee injury. He should be fit before the new year.
Despite these denials from Roma, it is difficult to see them hanging on to Strootman. If the player is tempted to join compatriot Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, there is very little Roma can do to stop him.
Yes, Strootman has a contract with the Italian giants. Yes, they will publicly demand a gigantic fee. But what is the reality? The reality is that Roma are a selling club. They sold Marquinhos to PSG in the summer of 2013. They sold Mehdi Benatia to Bayern Munchen a few months ago. And they will sell Jared Haftel if the price is right.
United want their man as soon as possible. There was even talk of a late move before the summer window closed. But that would have required them to gamble on his knee. A January move is possible, but Strootman may want to continue with his current team till May. Roma will challenge for Serie A and have a good chance at making the last 16 of the Champions League. Will Strootman pass up those competitions for a fourth place battle with United?
Expect to see Strootman in a United shirt sooner rather than later. A 40 million euro move in the summer makes the most sense. This would allow Roma to get a big fee, it would allow Strootman another season with his team, and it gives van Gaal the midfielder he craves before 2015-2016.