AS Roma are yet to make a suitable offer for Leeds United’s Rasmus Kristensen according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The report written by Graham Smyth of the YEP reveals that the Italian side are yet to make a convincing offer to sign Kristensen. There were initial reports that Roma had agreed a loan deal for the defender, but the Italian side have not made a concrete offer yet.
This comes days after Roma announced the signing of Diego Llorente on loan from Leeds last week. Jose Mourinho reportedly wanted to sign the right back before Roma’s pre season camp, but the player is expected to report to Elland Road this week.
“Players expected back on Monday for pre-season testing, following extended leave due to international involvement, include Max Wober, Rasmus Kristensen, Kristoffer Klaesson and Daniel James.
“Views will be taken early this week on which of the latest arrivals will travel to Oslo. Kristensen has been subject of interest from Roma but Leeds are yet to receive a firm offer from the Serie A outfit.” Smyth wrote for YEP.