Justin Kluivert is on a one-year loan with an option to buy.
Justin Kluivert is on a one-year loan with an option to buy. Roma have released Justin Kluivert to Nice on a one-year loan after joining RB Leipzig on loan last season.
Italian transfer guru Fabricio Romano reported on Monday that Roma have agreed to let Dutch forward Justin Kluivert join Nice on a one-year loan. Permanently added option This is the fourth club in three years for the 24-year-old.
Justin, the son of legendary Dutch striker Patrick Kluivert. Shine bright with Ajax Amsterdam Before deciding to move to Roma in the summer of 2018. The Dutch forward struggled through the first two seasons due to injury and poor form. Until the Wolves left for RB Leipzig on loan for the 2020-2021 season, over the past three seasons, Kluivert has scored just 13 goals in 95 games.
At 22, however, Kluivert still has the opportunity to turn his fortunes around by moving to Nice on a one-year loan deal. He is the fourth new player of the summer for the Christophe Galtier team, after Jean-Clair Todibo, Calvin Stengs and Melvin Baird.