Yesterday, Sky Italia reported that Milan had a meeting with Lazio directors in Rome to discuss Keita Balde and Lucas Biglia, which led to the Rossoneri offering €40m for the pair.
However, Lazio reportedly denied that offer, as they want at least €50m for the pair. Instead, it looks like the San Siro side could start with Lucas Biglia, to later move on to Keita, which is a harder deal to reach.
Sky Italia reports that despite the fact that Milan nor Lazio have confirmed such negotiations, Biglia to Milan is almost a done deal. The Argentinian midfielder has captained his side this season, which fits Milan perfectly as they are after someone with a lot of experience, to balance the midfield.
The Rossoneri have already closed deals for centre-back Mateo Musacchio, left-back Ricardo Rodriguez and midfielder Franck Kessie. Considering it’s not even June yet, that is incredible from Milan’s new Chinese owners, as well as the directors Mirabelli and Fassone.