Transfer News Victor Wanyama on Roma's radar 1 hour ago

Roma's Argentinian midfielder Diego Perotti kicks the ball during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match AS Roma vs Shakhtar Donetsk

Roma's Argentinian midfielder Diego Perotti kicks the ball during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match AS Roma vs Shakhtar Donetsk

According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama is set to reject a potential move to Roma in order to stay with the club.

Kenya worldwide Victor Wanyama has now emerged as an alternative, according to Italian newspaper La Repubblica.

According to Italian newspaper La Repubblica, the Giallorossi club is evaluating the deal to sign Wanyama, if they miss out on Sevilla midfielder Steven Nzonzi.

The 26-year-old combative midfielder, who has been hit by a series of knee injuries, is seen by AS Roma as an alternative signing to Steven N'zonzi who is also wanted by Arsenal.

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N'Zonzi is seemingly more keen on a move back to the Premier League than a switch to Serie A with Arsenal and Everton both linked with a swoop for his services before Thursday's transfer deadline.

Wanyama struggled with injuries and started just eight Premier League games last season, leaving Spurs fans desperately frustrated at his absence.

Wanyama, who is now not a regular starter for Tottenham as it were when he arrived, played a total of 23 games last season with 11 coming on as a substitute. Wanyama is now sidelined after he was forced to return to London from Spurs' tour of the US after a recurrence of knee injury.

Wanyama is also now sidelined with a knee injury, and he missed four months of last season through various ailments.

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