Manchester United are consistently linked with Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and the latest updates are positive.
According to Il Messaggero, the Serbian midfielder wants to help Lazio finish 5th in the Serie A before leaving the club in the summer transfer window.
The renowned Italian media outlet have stated that club president, Claudio Lotito, could sell the former Genk midfielder for a massive fee and then use the funds to strengthen the squad for the next campaign.
As far as the suitors are concerned, it is stated that thus far, Man Utd have made the highest offer i.e. worth 80 million euros (£67million) to sign the 27-year-old star.
Paris Saint-Germain moved in with a bid of around 65 million euros in the January transfer window and will not give up on luring Milinkovic-Savic, especially if they fail to lure Paul Pogba.
Last but not the least, Italian giants, Juventus, are looking to keep the creative midfielder in the Serie A by hiring his services.
It looks likely that record signing, Paul Pogba, will leave Man United upon expiry of his contract on 30th June. We will surely need a quality player to replace the World Cup winning star.
This season, no Manchester United midfielder has managed to score more goals or provide more assists in the Premier League than the numbers Milinkovic-Savic has achieved thus far in the Serie A (Transfermarkt).
Do you think the Serbian is good enough to replace Pogba at Old Trafford?