The Giallorossi have reached an agreement with Genoa for acquiring the Uzbekistan striker, according to several sources, and he will undergo his medical on Monday.
As per reports from
Sky Sport Italia
, they will send the player on a loan deal that includes an obligation to buy when the season ends.
His fee is going to be €17.5m plus up to €2.5m in bonuses, with a total of €20m.
Genoa are also going to ask for 10 percent of any future fee when Shomurodov departs Roma.
The Uzbekistan international met the back of the net eight times in 31 Serie A matches in his debut season, but was in the starting XI only 16 times.
As the season progressed, his form improved and he found the target five times during his last six games.
Genoa also talked about acquiring Roma’s youth midfielder
on a loan contract when talking this evening.