Italian media: the Blue Eagle needs to add 40 million euros in liquidated damages if he wants to renew his contract with Milin, and Gunners Juve want to sign him.
According to the Messenger, Lazio need to add a liquidated damages clause of about 40 million euros in order to renew his contract with Milinkovich.
It is reported that Lazio are still trying to renew their contract with Milinkovich, but the contract extension between the two sides is at a standstill. Lazio president Claudio Lotito tried to negotiate a contract extension with Milinkovic’s agent at the club’s Christmas dinner, but it didn’t seem to work.
At present, in order to renew his contract with Milinkovich, Lazio can only agree to add a penalty clause of about 40 million euros to the contract, which is much lower than the psychological price of Lazio. In addition, Arsenal and Juventus are keeping an eye on Milinkovic, both of whom are interested in signing Milinkovich.
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