In a significant transfer development, Torino has officially confirmed the departure of winger Nemanja Radonjic, who has embarked on a new chapter in LaLiga with RCD Mallorca. The Serbian international joins the Spanish side on loan, with an obligation for Mallorca to buy under specific conditions.
As part of the agreement, it is reported that Mallorca will have to pay Torino a fee of €3 million to secure Radonjic’s permanent transfer at the conclusion of the 2023-24 season. This move marks a crucial step for both clubs as they navigate the intricacies of the transfer market.
The 27-year-old winger had attracted interest from various quarters, including Olympiacos, Major League Soccer (MLS) side San Jose Earthquakes, and Serie A representatives Monza. However, Mallorca emerged as the preferred destination for Radonjic, and the deal has now been finalized after the completion of medical examinations.
Radonjic’s journey to Mallorca included a trip on Tuesday evening for medical assessments, paving the way for the official announcement on Wednesday. The winger’s move to LaLiga presents an exciting challenge and an opportunity for him to showcase his skills in a new environment.
Torino bid farewell to Radonjic with a message of good luck for his upcoming professional venture. The club’s statement, shared on social media platform X (formerly Twitter), expresses gratitude for Radonjic’s contributions and wishes him success in his endeavors with Mallorca.