Antonio Candreva looks set to complete a permanent move to Lazio, but his future could still be away from Stadio Olimpico.
The Italy international is currently co-owned by the capital club and Udinese, but Il Tempo believe that President Claudio Loitio is on the verge of agreeing a €7m deal for the other 50 per cent of the midfielder.
However, it has been suggested by the same paper that several sides could table a bid once Candreva’s move to the Biancocelesti has been completed.
Napoli, Juventus, Manchester United and Liverpool are all interested in the 27-year-old, and can all, apart from the Old Trafford outfit, offer Champions League football.
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