Italian giants AS Roma has reportedly sign Chelsea misfit Mohamed Salah on a permanent basis after activating the clause in his loan agreement according to Daily Mail.
It is also reported that AS Roman made the singing of former Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko loan deal permanent.
According to the source, the Italian side issued a statement that reads:
“These players were first signed on a temporary basis, which has been transformed into definitive transfers after planned contractual conditions were met”.
The deal which was considered profitable to Chelsea after AS Roma met the attacking midfielder buy-out clause of £16million thereby raking in a profit of £5million in the deal.
The Egyptian international arrived Chelsea in January 2014 for fee around £11 million making him the first Egyptian to play to with the London team.
Although his time at Chelsea was quite disappointing with just 19 appearances scoring two gaols, the Egyptian showed some glimpses of why Chelsea signed him from Basel.
The dubbed “Egyptian Messi” operates as a winger with blistering pace, vision and ability to dribble past opposing defenders.