Juventus’ negotiations with Lazio over a move for Senad Lulic have reportedly stalled over disparity in the player’s valuation.
The Old Lady has been reported in recent months as in continuing talks with the Aquile to sign the full-back this summer, with speculation that the capital club are open to a player-plus-cash arrangement.
However, Il Tempo are running the line today that talks between the two clubs is proving difficult, with too much of a difference in their respective valuations.
Where Juventus are apparently pushing for Lulic’s price to be set at €8m, Lazio are seen as asking for more than double that at €18m, or a payment of €12m and Mauricio Isla offered in part-exchange.
The disparity is seen as having stalled negotiations enough to re-open the possibility of apparent interest in the Bosnia-Herzegovina international from the likes of Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund.
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