One of Roma's highest rated prospects, Sanabria has predictably hit the ground running in his temporary return to Spain via Sporting Gijon. The striker has logged 360 minutes in 4 starts this campaign, so he seems to be an integral part of the Spanish side already. Yesterday, Sanabria scored his first goals for the club en route to a man of the match performance in a 3-2 victory over Deportivo La Coruna. Check out the goals below (first two goals, Sanabria's #20 in yellow), both are nice headers given Sanabria's age and the level of competition.
On loan Roma striker Antonio Sanabria scored brace today. Here's one of his goals. https://t.co/gfQEkC1NOZ— Calcio AS Roma (@CalcioASRoma) September 20, 2015
Here's the other goal he scored. It's good to see him scoring, this is why he was sent out on loan. https://t.co/gZjev9Ymym
— Calcio AS Roma (@CalcioASRoma) September 20, 2015
Here's the other goal he scored. It's good to see him scoring, this is why he was sent out on loan. https://t.co/gZjev9Ymym— Calcio AS Roma (@CalcioASRoma) September 20, 2015
Those who caught Roma's match against Sassuolo this weekend received more than a glimpse of Politano's talent, as the Roma loanee burned his parent club for a goal and an assist in a 2-2 draw. It will be interesting to see how Politano fits into Sassuolo once fellow winger Domenico Berardi returns from injury. Politano has racked up 197 minutes of play this season, which includes 2 starts in Berardi's absence. On his goal and assist today, Politano showed incredible vision and displayed a certain poise that could make him an ideal candidate for the Roma bench next year.
Matteo Politano Amazing 1-2 Goal | Roma v. Sassuolo 20.09.2015 HD - Video Dailymotion http://t.co/aD8oIb1Qag— SoccerHub365 (@SoccerHub365) September 20, 2015
All aboard the Leandro Paredes hype train. Paredes has only played 46 minutes for Empoli so far, but he has already turned in a man of the match performance, scoring a composed goal to help Empoli to a 2-1 victory at Udinese over the weekend. Hopefully this goal will help Paredes get more playing time, which should allow him to settle into the squad. If all goes according to plan at Empoli, expect to see Paredes back at Roma in some facet next year.
Sanabria, Politano, and Paredes have been the only standouts on loan so far, but Roma also has a few other players loaned out to top tier teams. Goalkeeper Lukasz Skoruspki has played every match for Empoli, while winger Daniele Verde has struggled to make an impact in very limited minutes at Frosinone. Roma has a host of players loaned out to Serie B teams who could possibly appear on this post at some point this year as well.