As initially reported by Italian news outlet Tutto Mercato Web, and later confirmed by Sports Journalist Gianluca Di Marzio (via La Lazio Siamo Noi), AC Milan defender Mateo Musacchio has been offered to Lazio to fill in for the absence of Luiz Felipe.


 

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Musacchio’s current contract with the Rossoneri expires this upcoming summer. As a result, his agents have been proposing him to several clubs in Europe in the hope of finding a new destination that will allow him to find more playing time.


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In addition to the Biancocelesti, Parma have also expressed interest in the 30-year-old central defender. Struggling this year in the top flight of Italian football, they are looking to add experience to their squad to help them climb out of the relegation zone and finish mid-table.


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Although Lazio Sporting Director Igli Tare has taken note of the availability of Musacchio, and despite the player knowing the Italian Serie A well, the Albanian is said to be currently pursuing other alternatives that are of a younger age. As a result, it seems unlikely that this move for the Argentine will transpire.