Juventus are looking to wrap up the deal for Sergej Milinković-Savić as early as possible, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain monitoring the situation.
According to the Roman edition of La Repubblica, Juventus are considering making two offers to Lazio for the midfield maestro this summer. As per the report, one of the two offers includes an outlay of €50million payable in 4 years plus Daniele Rugani, Nicolo Rovella, and a youngster from Juve’s U23s.
The other offer consists of €30million, Rugani, and Atalanta’s Marco Carnesecchi. Juventus would be willing to buy the latter before shifting him to Rome this summer. It is believed that Lazio boss Maurizio Sarri would gladly welcome the arrival of a goalkeeper.
The report further understands that PSG and Manchester United have been moving intently for Milinković-Savić in recent weeks, with the Ligue 1 club reportedly willing to offer €90million in cash for the Serbian midfielder this summer.
An offer of around €90million is considered way out of Juve’s reach. However, Bianconeri are willing to close the gap with the offering of players. Reports from Italy indicate that Milinković-Savić intends to join Juventus in the summer for various reasons, including a potential reunion with his Vanja, who currently plays for Juve’s city rivals at Torino.