Tuttosport: Lazio’s interest in Paqueta not confirmed but Milan are open to loan formula

By Oliver Fisher -

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.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Perttu Junnonaho says:

    Why not give Pagueta to Lazio on dry loan, because he can become great player still, and then we can take him back! Just like we did with Suso”s case with Genoa!

  2. Kelvin says:

    Milan hardly give player chance to improve… I don’t know if it is a problem with Italy or serieA… How can you sell a player with lot of potential because he had a bad season… Key example is kessie last summer transfer he was put on market to be sold but later became invaluable… Atlanta and lazio are in champions league with players Milan never gave chance to excel… Same with inter even Roma they quickly sell… Coutinho was sold for peanut, Salah for just like free… If they would have given them just one season more inter could have made 100million euro, roma 120 million euro… What the fuck is wrong with teams in Italy… One bad season you throw away the player… Suso could have been worth more if Milan management could have done better… How do you expect clubs to pay hefty price if you put ur players on the market telling them they are not good… We need better packaging in term of player management and transfer… Instead of selling players prematurely loan to smaller club for a season or two with the number of game time per week inserted then we can separate chaff from grains

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