Roma has made two big hits in the transfer market and that of the French champions, Paris Saint Germain.
The Italian team has reached an agreement for the transfer of two midfielders, the Portuguese Renato Sanches and the Argentinian Leandro Paredes.
Nemanja Matic has left for Rennes, while Roma has returned to its ranks the Argentinian midfielder Lenadro Paredes.
TyC Sport has reported that the Argentine midfielder will sign a two-year contract with Roma with an option for another year.
Until the agreement between PSG and Roma has been found, although the numbers and formula of the transfer are still unknown, it is believed that Roma will pay around eight million euros for the Argentine.
Roma director Thiago Pinto has also reached an agreement with PSG for Renato Sanches to join the Giallorossi.
The Italian capital will pay one million euros for the loan of the Portuguese and have the option of final purchase for another 12 million euros.
There is now total agreement between the parties and formalization is a matter of hours.