Luiz Felipe On AS Roma's Radar Because His Contract Extension Has Not Been Signed

AS Roma is reportedly seriously considering the transfer of Lazio defender, whose contract expires at the end of this season, Luiz Felipe.  Discussions about the Brazilian player's new contract have so far not met a bright spot.

According to reports by Italian media, Calciomercato revealed that the 24-year-old Brazilian defender Luiz Felipe will expire his contract with Lazio at the end of this season and a contract extension has not yet been finalized because the club offered a salary that was less than what he asked for.

Meanwhile, city rivals Roma are reportedly willing to offer a salary of 2.5 million euros per season as he asked for in the summer, after his contract with the Biancoceleste expires.  Last summer Spanish winger Pedro moved from the Giallorossi to their city rivals in what was the first direct transfer between players from the two clubs since 1981 and now the possibility could happen again.

Felipe would be willing to join Jose Mourinho's team because it allowed him to stay in the Italian capital, where his family is very happy.  The player is also a holder of an Italian passport, and he is often compared to Stefan de Vrij who is also being considered by the Wolves of the capital.

24-year-old defender Felipe has been with The Aquile since the 2017/18 season and so far he has made 126 appearances and scored two goals in all competitions so far.

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