Separate reports today suggest that Francesco Lodi may have a choice between Fiorentina and Milan this January.
The playmaker has so far struggled to make an impact since a summer move from Catania to Genoa and is seen as on the market this midseason.
Whilst Lazio have been linked with the 29-year-old, today the suggestion is that both Fiorentina and Milan are also tracking him.
Genoa-based outlet Il Secolo XIX indicate that Fiorentina are keen on the midfielder and could use the Grifone’s apparent interest in their own struggling playmaker, Josip Ilicic, as a bargaining chip in negotiations.
However, Tuttosport suggest that Milan are also looking at Lodi this January and have indicated as much to President Enrico Preziosi already.
Talks with the Rossoneri, though, apparently also hinge on the inclusion of Juraj Kucka in a possible double-swoop.
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