World NZONZI does not intend to return to the Roma

13:15  11 april  2021
13:15  11 april  2021 Source:   sports.fr

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Les Rennais perdent encore et sont 10e ! © supplied by Sports.co.uk The Rennais still lose and are 10th! arrived in Brittany on a loan without a purchase option in January 2020 from AS Roma, the 32-year-old player is still not fixed about his future. Having not been approached by the leaders of the two clubs, Steven Nzonzi seems closer to stay in France at the end of the current sports exercise. The former midfielder of FC Sevilla and Stoke City does not believe in a return to Serie when he has left only one year of contract with the Gialorossi. "I feel good here in France" "It's true that today I am in the total blur. I am ready, it will be one year of contract with Roma, but it was a club and a little particular situation there. Roma? I do not know how they see my future, told Steven Nzonzi. But that would surprise me that I go back knowing that I have one year of contract left. I feel good here, I am in France. I have been a lot abroad and it's a club that works very well, which pleasantly surprised me. And I'm not far from Paris, so there are a lot of positive things in the Rennais context. »

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