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LAZIO star midfielder MILINKOVIC-SAVIC crisis might lead to a winter trade

09.10.2018 00.05 by Claudio Colla  read 859
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While Lazio boss, Simone Inzaghi, has already sidelined Luis Alberto, despite the latter being a powerhouse for the team, due to a round of poor pitch performances, Serbian international midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (23) might be soon suffering a similar fate. To this end the player, though having just had his deal extended until June 2023, could end up pushing the club to sign him over in January, supposedly on a still very relevant fee. To this end, several clubs are ready to swoop in on him: from Manchester United to AC Milan, from Juventus to PSG.

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