AC Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia could be on his way to Genoa this summer, if the latest reports are to be believed.
The Rossoneri could be tempted to terminate the contract of 33-year-old, with Genoa very interested in acquiring the experienced Argentinian according to Sky Sports Italia.
Biglia had previously been discussed as a part of a swap that would have seen him move to Fiorentina in Milan’s pursuit of Jordan Veretout, but that was vehemently rejected by Fiorentina.
The former Lazio captain was part of Milan’s expansive business in the summer of 2017 under new management led by Marco Fassone and Massimiliano Mirabelli and initially featured as a consistent starter in the 2017/18 season.
This season however, a calf injury kept him out for more than three months and when he finally returned to the squad his spot had already been occupied by loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko.
With the midfielder entering the final year of his contract, and reportedly not being in new manager, Marco Giampaolo’s plans going forward a potential move should benefit both parties.
It has been previously claimed that Biglia wishes to stay at Milan and retire with the club.