Roma president James Pallotta has blamed Barcelona for acting “unethically and immorally” after they completed Malcom transfer from under Roma’s nose, and has rejected their statement of regret for the way they moved toward Bordeaux amid a minute ago transactions.
Roma reported that they had concurred an arrangement with Boredeaux to sign Malcom, with the exchange just requiring a completed medical and settled personal terms to get the green light.
The Serie A club even declared the concession to Twitter, just for Barcelona to seek after a late offer to sign the 21-year-old Brazilian in the wake of falling flat with their £65m offer to sign Chelsea’s Willian.
The next day, Malcom neglected to touch base in Rome subsequent to choosing not to load up his private contracted plane from France, and rather completed a £45m move to Barcelona – much to the rage of Roma.
“Doubtlessly that we had an arrangement with Malcom, at that point Barca bounced in with the general mish-mash unethically and immorally. They knew this was done,” Parrotta said on American radio station Sirius XM