Tare: "We Are In Negotiations With Mallorca (For Muriqi), There Are Still Some Elements Missing Before We Reach An Agreement."

Lazio director, Igli Tare has confirmed that they are in negotiations with Real Mallorca over the transfer of Kosovar striker Vedat Muriqi, who may be released on loan with an option to buy in the January market.

Vedat Muriqi is considered to have failed to show an impressive appearance and became one of the marginalized players at the Stadio Olimpico. He was recruited as a substitute for Ciro Immobile in the summer of 2020, but when the Italian striker was injured, Maurizio Sarri preferred to use Pedro or Felipe Anderson as False 9 instead of having to rely on Muriqi.

Previously he had been linked with transfers to CSKA Moscow, Leeds United, Hull City, and several other clubs, it seems the Kosovo international has found his next destination.

"We are in negotiations with Mallorca, there are still some elements missing before we reach an agreement," said Lazio director Tare as quoted by Football-Italia.

Sportalia claims that Real Mallorca is one step away from accepting an obligation to buy at the end of the season if conditions are met. So it looks like it will be a loan transfer with some guarantees that the striker will not return to the Biancoceleste at the end of the season.

The 27-year-old striker was signed from the Turkish club Fenerbahce in 2020 for a transfer fee of 20 million Euros, and so far he has only scored two goals for the capital club in all competitions.

If his transfer to the La Liga club does materialize at the end of January, then the striker's last match took place last weekend when the Aquile were held to a goalless draw by Atalanta at the Stadio Olimpico.

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