Lille left-back Domagoj Bradaric has been offered to Lazio, who are considering the idea, according to a report from Italian media outlet La Lazio Siamo Noi earlier today.

The report details how the Biancocelesti are waiting to see the condition of captain Senad Lulic next month before deciding to sign a new left wing-back in the upcoming January transfer window.

If he is not ready to return to the squad, then a reinforcement will be signed. Multiple names are currently being considered, but now Lazio will have to evaluate Bradaric as well.

The 21-year-old Croatian has been linked with Napoli and Atalanta in the past, and his age means that he would not occupy a spot in the squad registration list, an advantage for the Biancocelesti.

Lille are currently going through a financial crisis and have to sell players in order to balance their books. Bradaric was valued at €20 million in the summer and the price is likely to fall, with the club potentially even open to a loan deal with a buy option or obligation attached.

Lazio will face competition for his signature and the player would likely be more expensive than some other options, but he is a talented youngster that could have a bright future ahead of him.


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