The project that fascinates him the most is that of Valencia, with which he already has a total agreement. Now we need to find the two clubs: the entity that has proposed a transfer with option to buy (12 million euros), which would become mandatory only in case of qualification to the next Champions.The player and Roma, however, want to separate definitively and seek a transfer: this afternoon the agent of the footballer has met with the Giallorossa board to approach positions, and from the Italian capital filters optimism so that the operation comes to fruition. Having lost Francesco Totti and Daniele De Rossi, Rome could say goodbye these days to another captain. Alessandro Florenzi has decided to change teams. The side, disappointed with the relationship with coach Paulo Fonseca (who did not grant him a minute in the derby on Sunday), is looking for a new adventure where he has more space to not lose his place in the Nazionale for the next Eurocup.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Negotiations to increase the nation’s debt ceiling shifted to Congress where Republican and Democratic leaders were assessing the mood of their members even as an intricate but potentially face-saving deal to avoid an unprecedented government default was taking shape in the Senate.With an Aug. 2 deadline looming and no compromise jelling at the White House, President Barack Obama had to settle Friday for asking congressional leaders to take three deficit reduction options to their members to see which, if any, could win a vote in the House and Senate.Meanwhile, a proposal the White House has termed a “fallback option” was taking root in the Senate as a likely alternative to the brinkmanship that has defined negotiations to secure an increase in the government’s borrowing authority.Obama, who had vowed to meet with congressional leaders every day until a debt limit deal was struck, did not schedule a session for Friday and instead asked leaders to gauge the temperament of their caucuses and to report back to him in 24 to 36 hours. White House officials said a meeting could still be scheduled this weekend.Obama planned an 11 a.m. news conference Friday to discuss the status of debt limit talks, his second this week. House Republicans and House Democrats planned their own membership meetings earlier in the morning.