AC Milan have put talks with midfielder Lucas Biglia over a new deal on hold, according to the latest reports.
Speculation has suggested that Argentine club Boca Juniors are preparing an offer to lure Biglia back to his homeland this summer.
However, a recent report claimed that the former Lazio man has no intentions of leaving Milan and instead is open to the idea of retiring at the club.
Biglia’s current deal has only one year left, but according to Monday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport Leonardo does not view his renewal as a priority.
Two reasons are given for this, namely that fact that Biglia is 33 years of age and the face that he earns €3.5million-a-year – money that could arguably be better spent elsewhere.
He has never really found his feet at San Siro, largely due to injury problems, and this season has found himself behind Tiemoue Bakayoko and Franck Kessie in the pecking order.