Lazio and Luis Alberto have reached an agreement over the terms under which he would be allowed to leave this summer, according to a report.
A number of sources wrote that Alberto did not show up for Lazio’s preseason meeting because he would like to change clubs during the current transfer window. This did not go down well with the leaders of the capital club, who fined him and ordered him to return to Italy immediately.
Calciomercato.com are among the sources that reported Milan’s interest in signing the Spaniard, even if his asking price seems a bit prohibitive given the budgetary restrictions that Maldini and Massara are operating under.
According to il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive) this morning, Alberto can only leave under the conditions dictated by the Biancoceleste president Claudio Lotito. After a meeting between the player and the management, it was agreed that a move can only take place in the face of an offer worth €50m.
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Considering Milan’s strategy now, it is now impossible hehe
Key is whether Romagnoli agrees to be part of the deal. Ilicic should also still be considered.Obviously, only in a part time role.
he is not worth 50M