Jose Mourinho's Roma have a new midfielder for this season. He is Mady Camara, who arrives from Olympiacos on loan with abuyout clause. If the Italians wanted to sign him permanently, they would have to pay around 12 million euros, according to the Italian media. The player came up through the ranks at Ajaccio and is now making the leap to the big leagues.
The 'Giallorossi', in this way, forget about another of the candidates that their scouts were considering for this position, Saul Niguez. The player of Cholo Simeone at Atletico Madrid already left last season on loan to Chelsea and knows what it is like to temporarily leave the Civitas Metropolitano, so it was a real option for him to do it again.
In any case, Camara will try to be important for 'The Special One' in Serie A, where he will put to prove the great work he has done in recent years in Greece. He has never dropped below 34 starts and there have been seasons in which he has even scored seven goals, although it is not his goalscoring ability that stands out the most in his professional career.
"I am very happy to be here; Roma represents a great opportunity for me," declared Mady Camara in his first words to the club's official media. The club, through their social networks, presented the new signing with some images of him wearing the club's kit that he will be playing in from now on.