Earlier on Friday, we covered claims made in Italy that Manchester United ‘remain alive’ in the race for Sergej Milinković-Savić and have moved ‘more decisively’ to sign the Lazio star.
It was also explained the 27-year-old is looking to start a new adventure away from the Serie A side next season.
Il Messaggero have a fresh report on the midfielder, where they name Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain as his two contenders.
Milinković-Savić’s goal is to help the Biancocelesti finish the season in fifth spot and then focus on his future. The midfielder ‘knows very well’ that he will say ‘goodbye’ to the club in June.
The outlet points out the Serbia international’s agent, Mateja Kežman, reportedly brought Lazio an offer from Manchester United. It’s said the Red Devils latest proposal was worth €80m, including bonuses, while the Ligue 1 side offered €65m in January.
PSG are not ready to give up on the former Genk man, ‘especially’ if they fail to sign Paul Pogba on a free transfer. Juventus are the third club interested in the player.
Il Messaggero state Milinković-Savić ‘could become the most important transfer in history’ of Lazio.
With the Serbian and Lazio in favour of a transfer in the summer, it will be interesting to see whether Milinković-Savić will end up next season.