Three Clubs From Spain Are Monitoring Luis Alberto Situation At Lazio

Luis Alberto could be one of the expendables on the market in January. The Spanish midfielder wants more space, but Maurizio Sarri's opposition in this sense would have prompted him to reflect on the renewal. He was close to saying his goodbyes back in the summer before Sevilla turned to Isco, and now he can be content in the winter market.

According to Gazzetta dello Sport, three Spanish clubs are interested in the player: Villarreal, Valencia, and Atletico Madrid. The latter club, in particular, will see the chance of a cheap replacement for Joao Felix in the magician. The Portuguese prodigy has disappointed in Spain, with Simeone's club appearing ready to sell him for a crucial sum of money in the transfer market.

Going back to Luis Alberto, who is also heavily involved in this rumor, Lotito has demanded around 25 million euros from him, he can go down to 20, but no more. However, he is a significant value player for Lazio and has a contract that runs until 2025. Lazio has therefore set the price, the number 10 is not considered non-transferable (Sarri prefers other profiles) now it's up to the interested parties to make their moves, always keeping the door open for the possibility of staying until June.

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