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Romagnoli will need to take a 50% pay-cut to join Lazio next summer

Romagnoli Lazio, Football Express

According to several reports, If AC Milan captain Alessio Romagnoli wants a move to Lazio next summer then he needs to take a 50% pay-cut. The Italian was a regular starter of AC Milan but since January he has lost his first-team place. That’s because Milan manager Stefano Pioli favoring Fikayo Tomori and Simon Kjaer ahead of Romagnoli.

Alessio Romagnoli started his football career with AS Roma‘s side and developing his abilities as a center-back got his promotion to the first team. In, 2015, the 26-year-old was sold by Roma as AC Milan were interested in signing him. And since then, it has been a seven-year stay in AC Milan for Romagnoli.

Playing for Milan he has gone to appear 223 times in all competitions. While he is also captaining AC Milan since the 2018-19 season. But coming next summer his time with the Milan side seems to be ending with his contract ending. And the Italian has no interest in signing a new one due to one reason.

And the reason is losing his regular spot in the AC Milan first-team. The Milan side seemed to have replaced their captain as they included Tomori in playing eleven since January. While Kjaer has been in the center-back position since September 2020. Following this situation, Alessio Romagnoli has desired to join Lazio as a free agent next summer.

But to make his Lazio move successful Romagnoli needs to take a 50% salary pay-cut as the club is suffering from financial difficulties. This means currently Romagnoli earning €6 million per year will be cut down to €3 million. However, the center-back has been said to have no problem with that as he really wants to play for Lazio.

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