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Lazio Want At Least €100 Million For Their Next Big Thing

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Lazio Want At Least €100 Million For Their Next Big Thing

Lazio's top talent Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is a man in demand - so much so that the Serie A side are reportedly not budging for anything less than €100 million euros for his services.

Widespread reports say that the likes of PSG, Liverpool, Juventus, Manchester United and Manchester City are all taking an interest in the 22-year old, who has scored four goals in 13 appearances for fourth-placed Lazio this season.

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Images: PA

Milinkovic-Savic, 22, penned an extension in the summer, with the club hoping he remains a 'Biancocelesti' beyond next season.

And by demanding at least €100 million, according to TMW, via Football Italia, they are making it clear just how highly they value him.

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The towering midfielder joined the Italian outfit in 2015 from Genk and is in his third season in the Italian capital.

Out of all the clubs monitoring his situation, it would appear that City are most keen. The Premier League leaders have been heavily linked with the Spanish born-Serbian and according to reports, had scouts watching him against Bologna on Wednesday.

He was on the scoresheet in the 2-1 away win and continued to enhance his reputation.

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Milinkovic-Savic during games against AS Roma and Juventus. Images: PA

Where will he end up?

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Topics: Manchester City, Liverpool, Lazio, Football, Manchester United, Serie A, PSG, Serbia, Juventus

Josh Lawless
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