Manchester United defender Chris Smalling is said to leave the club on loan before the end of the current transfer window according to the latest reports coming out of the media in the United Kingdom (UK).
Chris Smalling will leave Manchester United on loan for this season.
According to UK Metro, the England international center-back has agreed to join Italian Serie A giants AS Roma on loan till next summer.
It was revealed that AS Roma will pay €3m (£2.7m) for the loan deal which is not accompanied by the option for a permanent transfer.
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Chris Smalling has not played for Manchester United this season mainly due to the arrival of compatriot Harry Maguire from fellow Premier League outfit Leicester City.
Young Manchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe has also returned from a loan spell at Aston Villa to further push Chris Smalling down the centre back pecking order at the Theatre of Dreams.
Chris Smalling has been at Manchester United for the better part of the last decade on the back of his move from Fulham in 2010.
Italian giants AS Roma are in need of a new central defender following the exit of Kostas Manolas to fellow Serie A side Napoli.