PSG are preparing a €100million bid to try and beat AC Milan, Inter and others to Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, a report claims.
The midfielder certainly hasn’t lived up to the buzz he created for himself last season, which has led to Lazio re-evaluating the player’s price tag.
In fact, as reported by Corriere Della Sera recently, it seems it might have been cut in half, from €120m to €60m.
According to reports from both Calciomercato.com and PSG want the Serbia international to replace the outgoing Adrien Rabiot, who will leave for free in the summer after refusing to sign a new deal.
President Claudio Lotito could seemingly be persuaded to sell for the right price in the summer, and the Parisians are ready to pounce with a €100m (£91m) bid.
Milinkovic-Savic – who has also been linked with Inter, Juventus, Milan, Manchester United and Chelsea – has amassed a combined five goals and assists in 22 Serie A appearances, compared to 16 goals and assists in 35 last term.