Pellegrini Will Return To Juventus While Lazio Attempts To Get Another Loan Deal For Him

Luca Pellegrini's future remains unwritten, even as he arrived on loan in the capital during the January transfer window to fulfill his lifelong desire of wearing the Lazio jersey. However, Lazio has since declined the buyout option that expired this Friday. As per the agreement, Luca Pellegrini must return to Juventus, who holds his ownership. If Lazio wants to bring back the left-back to Sarri's squad, they must begin serious negotiations.

Lotito is expected to try to acquire a new loan, according to the Radiosei press review. Lotito will try to purchase Pellegrini permanently if he can obtain a discount of the previously agreed-upon 15 million for Pellegrini's redemption in January for a lower cost of about 10 million. However, another issue to address for Pellegrini's return is that he will begin earning his 3 million salary in July.

From January through June, Juventus paid the majority of Pellegrini's wages, leaving Lazio with barely 20,000 euros. Maurizio Sarri requested confirmation from Lotito regarding Luca's willingness to remain on the team, and negotiations for his signing were also discussed. It will be necessary to deal with Juventus's desire to get Milinkovic-Savic by inserting the full-back as a possible option.

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