Senad Lulic is worth at least €18 million and nothing less.This is what AC Milan were reportedly told in the past by President Claudio Lotito. Now Chelsea and Juventus are also showing interest in the Bosnia and Herzegovina man, but a renewal of his contract at Lazio is still a possiblility claims Corriere dello Sport. A final decision by both Lotito and Lulic is expected to be made after the World Cup. If a concrete offer comes in from a club figthing for the Scudetto or the Champions League it will be hard for the midfielder to refuse, and this will surely force the President into negotiating a price for his man.
The links to Juventus would be the most favourable for Lazio as the Turin side could put on the table cash and a player exchange. The likes of Fabio Quagliarella and Sebastian Giovinco are the two main names being forward, but in recent days it has emerged that Lotito would prefer to include a defender in the transaction. The names of Isla, Caceres and Peluso have been requested by Lotito, as has Ogbonna, but Juventus are least likely to trade the latter.