Mohamed Salah (R) and Edin Dzeko (C) have made their moves to Roma permanent.
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Roma has confirmed that deals for Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah have been made permanent.
A financial statement published Thursday confirmed loanees Dzeko and Salah will remain in the Italian capital beyond the 2015-16 Serie A season.
Dzeko and Salah joined Roma on season-long loans from Premier League clubs Manchester City and Chelsea, respectively, with the Bosnian netting the winner against reigning champion Juventus earlier in the season.
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"These players were first signed on a temporary basis, which has been transformed into definitive transfers after planned contractual conditions were met," read a Roma statement, which also revealed a permanent deal for Genoa winger Iago Falque.
Dzeko, who is sidelined with a twisted knee, has scored once since arriving in Rome, while teammate Salah has bagged three goals, leaving the capital club sixth in the table, four points off Serie A leader Fiorentina.
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