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Revealed: This is how much Manchester United will have to pay to sign world class attacking midfielder


Market transfer expert Tancredi Palmeri says Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is worth at least £105million.

Juventus and Manchester United have both been heavily linked with the 23-year-old with the Red Devils rumoured to be in pole position to sign him.

Palmeri believes the Bianconeri cannot afford the Serbian and this would indeed put Jose Mourinho in prime position to sign him.

"Juventus know that Milinkovic-Savic is what is missing in their squad," Palmeri told Tutto Mercato Web.

"But his price is set to €120million. Fair or exaggerated, that's the fee and [Lazio president Claudio] Lotito will not make any discounts, especially to [Juventus chairman Andrea] Agnelli.

"Juventus cannot afford him.

"They need €40million to make Douglas Costa's move permanent, €15million for [goalkeeper Mattia] Perin and €15million more for [Matteo] Darmian."

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