Manchester United have been interested in signing Sergej Milinkovic-Savic for a very long time and once again, the Serbian international is in the lime light.
In the summer transfer window, the Red Devils were reportedly lining up an offer to lure the Lazio star. However, in the end, they secured Casemiro to improve the midfield department.
The Brazilian international has directly replaced defensive midfielder, Nemanja Matic, in the squad but Ten Hag is yet to replace creative midfielder, Paul Pogba.
As per a report covered by La Gazzetta Dello Sport yesterday (press image provided below), Juventus are seriously planning to sign Milinkovic-Savic in the January transfer window.
The 27-year-old has spent the last seven years with Lazio and his current contract will expire in less than 2 years. Last summer, despite performing brilliantly, no club made a serious offer.
This season, in 12 appearances so far, the creative midfielder has directly contributed in 11 goals (4 goals and 7 assists).
Claudio Lotito, has an agreement with the star and his agent that he will be sold if the right proposal arrives.
GdS claim the club president would prefer to sell him abroad for an initial fee of 50 million euros (£44million) that would rise up to 60 million euros with add-ons.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic achieved double figures in terms of both goals scored and assists provided in the last campaign and he has the quality and the experience to improve the midfield at Old Trafford.
In your view, should Man Utd offer £44million initial fee to finally sign the Serbian in January?