Chelsea star Mohamed Salah has completed a loan move to Roma with an added option to make it a permanent switch, according to reports from the Express.
The 23-year-old spent half the previous campaign on loan at Fiorentina and was believed to be on his way back to the club.
He caught the eye of the number of sides due to his impressive form on loan, scoring six goals and providing a further three assists.
However, the Egypt international snubbed a return to Fiorentina and instead forced a move to Roma, with the Serie A giants now confirming that the transfer has been completed.
Salah revealed his happiness via Roma TV and is determined to help his new side with the title in the upcoming season.
“I think Roma are one of the biggest clubs in the world and I’m happy to be in this team,” he said.
“I think everybody here has ambition and everybody wants to win the title. Everybody will give their best to make the fans happy.”
Liverpool were also keen on his signature before his move to Stamford Bridge, but despite the Blues beating them to his signing, they could now be pushing for his exit.
He struggled to hold down a regular role under manager Jose Mourinho, making only 13 appearances before he was sent out on loan.