Lucas Biglia’s contract with AC Milan will expire next summer. However, even though the Argentine has an important role in the squad, the Rossoneri have no intention of extending the current deal.
According to Gazzetta Dello Sport’s Nico Schira, the player’s agent has approached the club on several occasions as of late to try and negotiate a renewal for his client, who will turn 34 in January.
However, despite this, Milan are standing firm on their decision: Biglia’s contract won’t be renewed next summer. The midfielder currently earns €3.5m plus bonuses per year, which is deemed too much by the Rossoneri leadership, per Schira’s update.
Furthermore, as Schira continues, it will keep the club in line with the project, which we saw in the summer. Ignazio Abate and Christian Zapata were both forced to leave as the San Siro side refused to renew their contracts, since their age didn’t fit the project.