Three clubs have been offered the chance to sign AC Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia with his contract due to expire in June, a report claims.
The Argentine is currently on the treatment table with yet another injury, this time a thigh problem which is due to keep him out of action until later this month.
MilanNews.it recently reported that Biglia will have cost Milan around €40m in total by the time his contract expires in June, when factoring in the €25m paid to Lazio as a transfer fee in the summer of 2017 plus his €5m gross salary.
The midfielder, now 33, has been injured seven times in two-and-a-half years, five of which were due to muscle problems, thus skipping 33 games due to injury.
According to the Daily Mail, Norwich and Watford have been ‘offered the chance’ to sign Biglia in addition to LaLiga side Celta Vigo as his agent looks to find a new home for his client.
The stance of the clubs mentioned is not revealed, but all three are currently battling relegation from their respective divisions and could arguably use some experienced depth.