AC Milan have re-opened negotiations with Lazio for Lucas Biglia and it seems a deal could be closed in the coming days, as Lazio don’t want to risk losing the Argentinian for free.
Lucas Biglia has refused to renew his contract with Lazio, which expires next summer, as Milan have found an agreement with the player, according to MilanNews.it. At first, it seemed like Milan would have to spend around €20m to land Biglia, which was President Lotito’s demands.
However, now that some time has gone since Milan entered negotiations with Lazio, Lotito has started to realise that the Rossoneri might not meet their demands, and instead sign him for free next summer. In fact, Alfredo Pedulla reports that Lazio could accept Milan’s offer of €15m plus bonuses, while MilanNews.it add that the difference between the clubs is only €2m.
Moreover, Alfredo Pedulla claims that Lazio will decide Biglia’s future in the next 24-36 hours.