Sky: Immobile top choice in attack, Lazio name price tag

According to recent reports by Sky Sport regarding the transfer plans of AC Milan, Massimiliano Mirabelli is really interested in getting his hands on Immobile.

Apparently the director of such an operation would be Alessandro Moggi, agent of the attacker who also enjoys an excellent relationship with the Rossoneri. However Sky explains that Lazio president, Claudio Lotito, demands 60 million euros to sell the former Torino striker. A very high price that the Rossoneri leadership aims to lower.

Ciro Immobile is 28 years old and has gained significant experience throughout his career with a past at Torino, Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla. This season with Lazio he was one of the best players in Serie A ending the season with 29 goals (41 in overall) and winning the Capocannoniere award as the highest goalscorer in the league.

The Italian international joined Lazio in 2016 for a figure of nearly 10 million euros and has been of force to be reckoned with in the last two seasons. The Rossoneri are also monitoring the situation of Andre Belotti and Cavani, all three expensive targets. The club intends to sell two strikers in order to fund a move for a top player up front.

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