Manchester United players are getting attracted to the Serie A and defender Chris Smalling is the latest on his way to Italy.
Smalling has headed to Italy to finalise a loan move to Roma, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed.
“It’s just come up the last couple of days, this opportunity for Chris,” he said.
“Of course we sat down yesterday and discussed it. At the moment we’ve got six fit centre-backs. I couldn’t promise Chris regular football.
“He’s on the plane over now. I think he’ll enjoy the experience over there.
“It’s a big club, a good league. There’s not many English players who have had the chance to play in Italy and I’m sure he’ll come back stronger and better for it.”
In December, Smalling signed a new deal at Man United until 2022.
Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez are two United players who have joined Serie A side Inter Milan this summer.
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