Muriqi Will Return To Lazio After Mallorca's Offer Is Unconvincing

Kosovo international striker Vedat Muriqi is rumored to be joining Lazio for a pre-season training program after RCD Mallorca failed to make a convincing offer to the Italian capital club.

Vedat Muriqi is reportedly set to return to Lazio this summer after RCD Mallorca failed to make a convincing offer for a permanent move this summer, according to reports. The 28-year-old Kosovo striker joined the Spanish club on loan last January and has since settled down. He has scored 4 goals and provided 3 assists in 15 La Liga games.

Muriqi's efforts were one of the key factors in saving Mallorca from relegation, and the former Fenerbahce striker is on the mend. According to Il Tempo, Mallorca's highest bid for Muriqi is 8 million euros, still far from Igli Tare's asking price of 11 million euros.

As a result, the Italian capital club will need to keep the Kosovo striker on for longer if it wants to benefit from tax benefits from the implementation of the Growth Decree Law.

If you want to make that profit, the forward cannot be sold before 24 months, and if it does, The Aquile will have to give the 28-year-old a tax refund. If sold abroad, the club from Roma would have to pay 3.5 million euros.

Apart from Mallorca, the Kosovo striker has also been linked with a move to Turkish club Galatasaray, although it is unclear if he is ready to join them, having previously played for rivals Fenerbahce.

Most likely, the 28-year-old striker will return to Rome in early July for Aquile's pre-season training at Auronzo di Cadore. There's a good chance he'll make it through January.

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