AC Milan have set their asking price for midfielder Lucas Paqueta as Paris Saint-Germain continue to eye a move, a report claims.
After Sunday’s defeat to Atalanta, the reliable Gianluca Di Marzio reported that PSG have concrete interest in Paqueta, with negotiations already well underway between the two clubs.
Fabrizio Romano then claimed that Paqueta is not opposed to the move, with the Rossoneri having set an asking price of €35m.
According to an update from il Corriere della Sera (via MilanNews.it), Paqueta is in fact set to leave Milan in January just 12 months after the arrived from Brazilian side Flamengo.
His compatriot Leonardo is indeed interested in taking him to PSG, but Milan have no intention of giving any discounts to their former sporting director.
In order to avoid capital losses, the Parisian club will have to make an offer of at least €30million, not quite as much as the aforementioned figure from Romano.