The dilemma that AC Milan face regarding the future of Lucas Paqueta has been well documented, and it appears no closer to being resolved.
After a difficult season, it has been speculated that the Brazil international could depart a year and a half after his arrival from Flamengo. The problem is though that Milan must sell for at least €25million to avoid a capital loss on the balance sheet.
Over the weekend though, it was reported that Lazio had shown an interest in signing Paqueta in what would be a loan exchange involving forward Felipe Caicedo, a player who would fix Milan’s back-up striker issue.
Tuesday’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanLive) has commented on the speculation that Lazio are keen on the 23-year-old, claiming that indiscretions concerning an interest on the part of the Biancoceleste are not confirmed.
Milan in general also seem willing to discuss a potential loan for Paqueta, but they would need an obligation to buy inserting.