Alessio Romagnoli appears to have finally found an agreement with Lazio over a move there on a free transfer, according to a report.
According to Calciomercato.com, there seems to be an agreement between Romagnoli and Lazio over personal terms as in the last few hours their president Claudio Lotito improved the proposal to the defender up to €2.8m net per year plus bonuses.
The contacts with the entourage of the Milan captain are ongoing in search of striking a deal also on the commissions that his agent will receive, but it is not anticipated that this will be a problem.
Romagnoli has always given priority to Lazio despite the attempts of Monza and Fiorentina to insert themselves into the race. The latest offer presented by the Aquile should be the right one given that the previous gap of €400k net per season has been bridged, and there is ‘great confidence’ on Lazio’s side that Maurizio Sarri will get a new defender.