Lazio president Claudio Lotito has said Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic if would be allowed to leave if the right offer comes.
United have been looking to have the midfielder this summer but it is believed any deal for the Serbia international will depend on Paul Pogba’s move to Real Madrid.
Milinkovic-Savic’s representative,Mateja Kezman is expected to have talks with United over a proposed five-year deal.
Meanwhile, Lazio manager Simone Inzaghi has insisted he wants to hold on to the player but has admitted the club ‘has to consider offers when they come in’.
Club president Lotito has also been a reluctant to rule out a move for the 24-year-old.
‘We’ll see the conditions that line up,’ Lotito told Sky Sport Italia.
‘Milinkovic has a good rapport with the club, just as the club has with him.
‘If some offers were to be presented, we’d evaluate them with a spirit of collaboration that looks after the interests of the club and the player.
‘We’ll make the decisions that are best for everyone. The investments we made last summer should’ve allowed us to qualify for the Champions League, but we hope to have learned from the experience.’
The former Genk midfielder provided seven goals and three assists in 41 appearances for the Rome-based club last season.