What if Javier Pastore (30) left AS Rome this summer? Not spared from injuries as it was already the case at Paris Saint-Germain, El Flaco has only played 13 games this season and has never really impressed, apart from a few bright spots. Under contract with the Louve until June 2023, the Argentinian international (29 caps, 2 goals) could pack up in the transfer window. According to several press outlets, including the very serious Le Corriere della Sera, Inter Miami CF, but also Los Angeles Galaxy are interested in offering him a new adventure.
But the Argentinian MLS club coach Guillermo Barros Schelotto wants to use his connection with Pastore to lure his compatriot to California and initial contacts have been made with a view to a transfer. A departure from Pastore would lighten the payroll of the Roman club since the former PSG player receives $ 4.5 million net per season, the second biggest salary behind Edin Dzeko ($7.5 million). It cannot be said that his performance paid off this sum. A departure of Javier Pastore would therefore not be feared by the club and the supporters of Roma, on the contrary.