For the past two months or so, there have been repeated claims in Italy about Manchester United having an interest in Lazio star Sergej Milinković-Savić.

On Tuesday, Corriere dello Sport reported the Red Devils ‘remain the main track’ for the 27-year-old. It was also explained the agent is ‘confident’ his client will be able to make a move this summer.

Mateja Kežman, the Serbia international’s representative, has ‘announced the liking’ of a few clubs, and ‘all roads lead to’ Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain.

That’s according to Alfredo Pedullà, who presents it as exclusive information.

It’s further explained that Lazio chairman Claudio Lotito will need a ‘pharaonic’ offer to let the midfielder leave the Serie A side this summer. The Biancocelesti are ‘now asking’ for €100m, including bonuses, to sanction the former Genk man’s sale.

Claims made by Alfredo Pedullà on Lotito demanding a huge fee for Milinković-Savić are backed up by the Italian club’s chairman.

“Sergej is everyone’s object of desire. He does not have a market price because the prices are made by those who put the objects up for sale,” Lotito said, quoted by Calciomercato.

“I didn’t put him up for sale: when an offer arrives that satisfies him from a professional point of view, then let’s talk about the top five teams in the world, and from an economic point of view, and if this offer should he meet Lazio’s needs, I will not start crusading against Milinković-Savić, because he doesn’t deserve it.”