Benfica have laid out their demands for midfielder Florentino Luis amid speculation linking him with a move to AC Milan, a report claims.
The defensive midfield department is an area that the Rossoneri are expected to strengthen in the summer as Lucas Biglia will leave on a free transfer, with Florentino repeatedly linked.
TMW reported earlier in the week that that Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds are now preparing to rival Milan in the race to land the 20-year-old, but Sportitalia (via MilanLive) then reported that Florentino has made his priority a move to Milan rather than one to England
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, Milan sporting director Frederic Massara has been negotiating with Benfica for some time regarding Florentino.
Now, the Portuguese club have opened their stance on their academy jewel, and they are willing to let him leave on the basis of a two-year loan with obligation to buy set at €30m.