AS Roma has announced that Andrea Belotti, the Italian striker, has extended his contract with the club until the summer of 2025. Belotti joined Roma on a one-year contract last summer, and his deal was set to expire at the end of this month. However, the club has now secured his services for the next four years, which is a significant boost for the team.
Belotti’s importance to the team cannot be overstated. He has become the club’s number-one striker by default, with Tammy Abraham out until March 2024 and no immediate replacement yet secured. Belotti’s contract extension will provide stability to the team’s attacking line-up and give them a reliable goal-scoring option for the foreseeable future. The striker himself expressed his pride and happiness at being part of the club and being able to continue his career in Rome.
Belotti’s contract extension could also have a significant impact on the club’s future success. The 29-year-old striker has proven himself to be a valuable asset to the team, and his continued presence could attract other top players to join Roma. Additionally, Belotti’s contract extension could help the club compete for trophies and achieve their goals in the upcoming seasons. As reported by Filippo Biafora of Il Tempo, Belotti’s contract was automatically renewed for two further seasons, which means that he will remain at Roma until 2025.