MN: Window remains open for Romagnoli to renew as Lazio struggle to formulate package

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan believe that it is not yet a foregone conclusion that Alessio Romagnoli will leave on a free transfer, a report claims.

When Simon Kjaer suffered a season-ending injury towards the back end of last year, Romagnoli probably assumed that he would have a starting spot for the rest of the campaign but the emergence of Pierre Kalulu has once again relegated the captain to a bench role.

MilanNews report that the idea of joining Lazio has become more and more concrete for Romagnoli in recent weeks, and the 27-year-old has always declared himself a fan of the Roman club. He would go there and almost be guaranteed a starting spot given Luiz Felipe and Acerbi are set to leave, but Lazio are struggling to guarantee a package of salary and commissions to his agent Mino Raiola.

Therefore, a small window remains open for him to renew with Milan, a scenario described as ‘difficult and complicated but still possible’. Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have offered a deal worth €3m net per season but can not guarantee him a starting spot, especially if Sven Botman joins from Lille.

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    1. I would choose Romagnoli instead of Botman and with the money intended for Botman i would invest them in RW or another position…

      Anyway when Kjaer returns from injury we will have at least 3 starters for 2 places…
      I see investing such a big amount on center back position not needed at all since we have 4 decent CB players…

      1. Bro have you seen Romangoli?? He has 1 good game out of 10. Granted he been our captain for a few years but he is mediocre at best. I MUCH rather field Kalulu for example, and Cleary Kjaer and Tomori

        1. Then when you have Kjaer, Tomori and Kalulu why to make this 30+ mil investment for 4th decent CB? Why to also slow down kalulus’ development with buying Botman? 🙂

          This is what i wanted to point out 🙂

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