Manchester United agree fee for Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic
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However, ex-Chelsea star Mateja Kezman represents Milinkovic-Savic and insists it's only natural for big clubs to be interested in the midfielder.
Milinkovic-Savic has made 46 appearances for Lazio in all competitions this season, netting 14 goals.
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The report goes on to claim that a deal has now been agreed between the two sides following a breakthrough in talks last week, which should see Milinkovic-Savic heading to Manchester this summer.
"It's only normal there is enormous interest in Sergej between some top European clubs, but we do not have any agreement with any club".
The report claims that while United were initially reluctant to pay Lazio's asking price for the midfielder, they have accepted that they must pay "top dollar" to land their prime transfer target.
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Manchester City and Real Madrid have also been linked with the Spain-born player. Jose Mourinho has agreed an 80 million euros for Milinkovic-savic in the summer.
M.E.N. state that some members of Milinkovic-Savic's camp have revealed that the negotiations between them and Manchester United are still in the premature stages, but the transfer is likely to be a done deal.
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