AC Milan could reiterate their focus for Lucas Biglia as the midfielder will reportedly not travel to Lazio’s preseason training camp.
Il Messaggero reports that Milan CEO Marco Fassone could resume talks with Lazio President Claudio Lotito once again over Biglia for a potential transfer.
Last time, the clubs failed to find an agreement as Milan judged Lazio’s demands too high for the 31 year-old midfielder.
Lucas Biglia will reportedly not meet up his teammates at their retreat in the northern muncipality of Auronzo di Cadore to proceed in preparations for next season.
Milan have reportedly already found an agreement with Biglia, although it’s not the same story with Lazio, who want around €22m. Milan, on the other hand, are only ready to offer around €15m for the Argentinian. However, it seems an agreement could be reach as the player is pushing for the move to happen.