MADRID - Real Madrid have loaned Argentina
midfielder Fernando Gago to AS Roma, the Spanish club said in a
statement on Wednesday.
The 25-year-old barely featured under new coach Jose
Mourinho last season, making just four La Liga appearances, and
with the arrival of midfield recruits Nuri Sahin, Hamit Altintop
and Fabio Coentrao finds himself surplus to requirements.
Real signed Gago from Boca Juniors for just over 20 million
euros in January 2007.
Earlier on Wednesday, Real loaned winger Pedro Leon back to
Getafe, the club they bought him from in 2010.
Getafe have an
option to make the move permanent at the end of the season.
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