AC Milan Is Still Monitoring Luis Alberto Situation

Luis Alberto reportedly continues to struggle to break into Lazio's starting XI under Maurizio Sarri with AC Milan monitoring the situation.

Il Corriere della Sera writes however since Sarri took charge of the Biancoceleste, Alberto has continued to struggle to find space at the club as the manager has often preferred to field Toma Basic who joined from Bordeaux last summer and exert more influence in midfield.

The situation experienced by the Spain international certainly needs to be monitored carefully considering that he may leave the club in the transfer market next summer.  Because of this, other clubs have started to queue up, with the newspaper stating that Rossoneri and Sevilla are two of the clubs interested in signing the former Liverpool star.

However, Lazio's demand is quite high considering that president Claudio Lotito knows the qualities of the 29-year-old midfielder so he demands a ransom of at least 40 million euros to be willing to sell him.

It remains unclear whether Milan will take serious steps to sign Alberto if a gap opens up in the next summer transfer window.  However, it seems unlikely that they will be willing to spend that much money to bring in a player who is almost 30 years old, especially with a club that prioritizes recruiting young talents who have promising potential.

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