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His irruption in the first team of FC Barcelona, ​​at the age of 21, served him well to pack his bags for the Italian capital. In the winter market of 2020, AS Roma signed Carles Pérez on loan until the end of the season, with a mandatory purchase clause of 11M euros, plus another 3.5M in variables. However, the participation and opportunities that the Spanish attacker has enjoyed have not allowed him to shine as expected in the manyHence, in the current transfer window, Carles Pérez can pack his bags and head back to LaLiga. the italian journalist Giacomo Iacobellis, from ALLmarketWEB, reports both RCD Mallorca and Cádiz CF would be interested in acquiring the services of the 23-year-old footballer.

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The intention of both clubs is to incorporate Carles Pérez on loan until the end of the season. And it is that, during the first half of the course, the Romanist player has barely been a starter in 5 of the 18 games he has played in all competitions. Two goals, both in the Conference League, and one assist are the numbers registered by the Spanish attacker so far in the 2021/2022 season with José Mourinho’s team. Since his arrival at Roma, in the first season and a half that he wore the shirt of the many, Carles Pérez scored a total of 5 goals and distributed another 5 assists throughout 48 games (19 from the starting eleven). If he finally leaves for Cádiz or Mallorca, this would be the third Spanish player to come to LaLiga from Roma, after the recent additions of Borja Mayoral and Gonzalo Villar from Getafe CF.

An extensive list of options

Both Cadiz and Vermilion have hinted so far in the winter transfer market that they want and need to reinforce their respective forwards. In the case of the team now led by Sergio González, the blaugrana Luuk De Jong or Oussama Idrissi, a Sevilla FC player, have been on the target list. For its part, the Majorcan team was one of those interested in becoming, also on loan, with another young winger, Diego Lainez, from Real Betis. Cádiz and Mallorca, both with 17 goals scored this season, they are the third teams with the fewest goals scored so far this season, just ahead of Getafe (13) and Alavés (16).