It has all gotten complicated regarding the potential renewal of Dusan Vlahovic and the striker could leave Fiorentina next summer, a report claims.
TMW reports how Fiorentina and Rocco Commisso are trying to work with Vlahovic to convince the Serbian centre-forward to sign an extension, but have not found an agreement with his agent Darko Ristic despite the fact he has been to Florence several times and the white smoke seemed close.
Vlahovic wanted to stay to keep growing rather than forcing a move to a bigger club in the summer, and in recent months there have been talks between the entourage and the club over a new deal with a pay rise, with Fiorentina offering €4m net per season plus bonuses.
La Viola wanted to insert a release clause for next June and that is where the sticking point is, because they believe the 22-year-old has an €80m valuation. The feeling is that Vlahovic will not renew in the end and they will have to sell him for €40-50million at the end of the season.
How does this relate to Milan? Several sources have reported that the Rossoneri see him as a potential replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic long term, and MilanLive confirm that the management are monitoring his situation.