Antonio Candreva is reportedly open to extending his stay at Lazio, but is pushing for an improvement on his salary.
The Italian, who was a notable performer at the Confederations Cup this summer, is seen as having attracted interest from Napoli and even Manchester United this summer.
Co-owned by Udinese and Lazio, the 26-year-old has reportedly indicated his desire to stay in the capital for another year.
However, a disagreement with the Aquile over his proposed contract for next season is seen as jeopardising that intention.
The former Juventus man is, according to Calciomercato.it, pushing Lazio to increase his salary from its current €800,000 rate, but the club are seen as unwilling to comply.
A meeting between the parties to try and resolve the issue is anticipated as due in the coming days.
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