Roma demand obligation clause and loan fee to allow Justin Kluivert’s Fulham move

Justin Kluivert (23) has agreed to join Fulham, however, an agreement between the London club and AS Roma is yet to reached. According to Foot Mercato, the Serie A side are demanding a loan fee as well as an obligation clause. 

Roma want a €4m loan fee with an obligation clause worth €10m should Fulham avoid relegation from the Premier League this season. 

It has previously been reported by Fabrizio Romano that Kluivert is nearing a move to Craven Cottage, adding that the Premier League side are “confident” of a deal. 

Last season, Kluivert spent the season on loan at Ligue 1 side OGC Nice. During his time on the Riviera, the Netherlands international made 27 league appearances, scoring four times and registering six assists. 

The completion of the deal is now contingent on Fulham agreeing to Roma’s conditions with personal terms between Kluivert and Fulham already agreed upon. 


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