ROME – AS Roma president, James Pallotta stated that their flagship midfielder, Kevin Strootman will not leave in the January transfer window. In fact, 56-year-old man was already rejected an offer from Manchester United’s great to bring Strootman.
Strootman himself joined with Rome since the 2013-2014 season from PSV Eindhoven with a dowry of 19 million euros. Together with the Giallorossi, looks even more impressive Strootman successfully deliver Roma was runner–up Serie A last season.
It was then put United were eager to sign him in January. Moreover, the Red Devils coach today, Louis van Gaal has several times expressed his admiration of the potential 22-year-old player.
However, it appears that the United effort will be difficult to achieve in the near future. That is because the President of Rome, Pallotta said it would not release the players are to any club to reject any bids that come in the near future.
“Strootman is an important player in our squad today. He is a player who always display a high level of play while on the field, and help us win many victories this season, “said Pallotta, as reported by ESPN FC, Friday (12/26/2014).
“So, are you going to release players that you think are most important in a team? Obviously not. Similarly, we will not release it to any club. In fact, the Manchester United though, “continued the man from the United Amarika.
“We’re not tempted by any offer that comes in the near future. Our current focus just want to end the season with a better achievement than last season, we menginkan title Seria A. Therefore, we will continue to maintain a squad that already we have built in recent years, “he concluded.