ROME – First the Claudio Lotito statements, then the choice of Simone Inzaghi to try a Lazio without Sergej Milinkovic Savic in the last friendly disputed. It seems that the time has really come for the strong Serbian midfielder.
According to what transpires from the transfer market, Sergej Milinkovic Savic should move to Manchester United after the transfer of Paul Pogba from the English to the Spanish of Real Madrid.
Lotito would have decided to give his assent to the sale of the Serbian because Lazio should collect a sum of over 75 million euros (75 million euros is fixed as fixed plus 15 million bonuses within easy reach).
Not only that, according to what was written by Il Messaggero, the ds of Lazio Igli Tare would have already identified the successor of Sergej Milinkovic Savic. It would be Yusuf Yazici of Trabzonspor.
The Turks demand at least 15 million and 20% on the future sale. The agreement would have already been reached with Lazio waiting for the sale of Segej Milinkovic Savic to formalize this negotiation of incoming transfers.
Lazio football, Lulic: "Milinkovic? It is as important as all the others ".
"The goal is to arrive in the Champions League". This was stated by Lazio captain Senad Lulic, from the withdrawal of Auronzo di Cadore. "Lazio is not in eighth place – continues Lulic – we must improve, learn from the mistakes made. This year we need a very large and long squad to reach the goals: we need a strong team to play the Champions with the others ".
The Bosnian also comments on market moves, explaining that "the more they arrive, the better, competition is good for everyone. We hope that everyone stays ", and speaking of the possible departure of Milinkovic states that" Milinkovic is important, but like all the others. He has been here for several years, he knows what it means to play at Lazio "(sources Il Messaggero and Ansa).
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