Lazio And Juventus Are Still Negotiating Pellegrini's Loan Deal

There is said to be an intense level of negotiation between Lazio and Juventus as the two teams collaborate on a new agreement for Luca Pellegrini, who plays as a left-back. 

Last January, the 24-year-old Italian full-back joined Lazio on a six-month loan, which provided Maurizio Sarri's defensive lineup with additional options. However, Pellegrini faced difficulties in securing consistent playing time at Lazio, as he only featured in 8 games, accumulating a total of 243 minutes on the field.

Maurizio Sarri is determined to retain Pellegrini at The Aquile, despite his limited playing time. Negotiations between Lazio and Juventus have been ongoing for several weeks now. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, it has been disclosed that the Biancoceleste are currently in talks regarding a potential new loan agreement for Pellegrini. This agreement may incorporate either an option to buy clause or an obligatory purchase clause within his contract.

Having declined an offer from Nice, the defender is now looking to make a comeback to the Italian capital during the upcoming summer. Juventus plan to extend his contract and distribute his existing salary and amortization across multiple years.

As a result, the transfer fee for the 24-year-old midfielder will be reduced for both The Aquile and the Bianconeri. This is a similar action to Arthur Melo and Fiorentina's loan deal recently.

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