Lucas Biglia is among the names destined to leave AC Milan during the summer transfer market, but it is possible his future is already marked.
According to what Calciomercato.com are reporting, the midfielder will not renew his contract with Milan after a difficult three year spell plagued by injuries.
The Argentine arrived with a great deal of expectation during the 2017 summer transfer campaign but has delivered very little, and with his contract – which nets him the second most of any player at the club – set to expire in June he will be leaving on a free.
The report claims that a return to his home country could be on the cards, where he has already played for Argentinos Junior and Independiente.
Meanwhile, MilanLive claims that offers from countries such as the United States, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia could arrive, where they often offer important engagements to players who come from European leagues.
The 34-year-old will evaluate each offer and make a decision by the end of the season, and his farewell will allow the Rossoneri club to save over €6m in gross salary.