Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko has reportedly agreed terms with Roma, with an agreement between the two clubs all that is left before a move is finalised.
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According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma director of sport Walter Sabatini has reached an agreement with the Bosnian international on a four-year deal worth €4.5m per season.
However, there is still no agreement on a fee between the two clubs and that is believed to be a real stumbling block in securing the move.
It is reported that the Giallorossi will need to sell before they can buy, with Gervinho near the top of the list of players that are considered expendable.
If Rudi Garcia can generate the funds required from the sale of the Ivory Coast star as well as Seydou Doumbia who has been linked with a move back to Russia, then it could pave the way for the Italian giants to meet the demands of City.
Nevertheless, as it stands, it is believed that the respective parties are still some way off from reaching a compromise and so no deal is expected in the coming days.