Roma terminates the contract of the Argentine Pastore

Roma, an Italian football team, renounced its Argentine playmaker Javier Pastore two years before his contract expired, announced on Monday. club of the capital.

The “Foxes” team said on their official website on Twitter: “The club informs that he has reached an agreement with Javier Pastore to terminate his contract “.

“Everyone in Rome wishes Javier the best for the future,” he added.

Pastore, 32, who joined Roma in 2018, had a contract until 2023, but only played 36 games and scored only 4 goals due to the curse of injuries that plagued him.

The “Galuruso” team has contracted with Pastore from Paris Saint-Germain, where he moved in 2011 for 43 million euros, in a contract record in that period in the French stadiums, to become the first star brought by the new Qatari owners of the Parisian Club as part of a future plan to make the team among the most important on the European continent.

The playmaker, who was 22 at the time, was considered the first major player to play in the “Parc des Princes” after the Brazilian Ronaldinho.

“El Flaco” (the skinny) quickly won the hearts of Parisians and took a key position in field thanks to his technical skills, but without being able to bring Saint-Germain to the continental level to settle for local titles.

Pastore, whose palmares include 29 international matches, wore the “Tango Dancers” jersey for the last time four years ago.

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