That Ralf Rangnick’s Manchester United have been long-term suitors of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is well-known, and there are plenty of articles to back that up.
The Serbian star has widely been seen as the perfect replacement for Paul Pogba if the France international were ever to depart Old Trafford, which looks extremely likely now that his deal there runs out this summer.
There is still the odd chance he signs an extension, but the general consensus is he’ll leave on a free and the Red Devils will need to bring in a successor.
Over the past several summers, Sergej has often been linked with a transfer to the Premier League side, but I Biancocelesti’s asking prices have been very high, yet this time could be very different.
Il Tempo makes it very clear there is a verbal agreement with his agent, and therefore the star himself as well, in place, which is that if a proposal from an elite club should arrive, they’ll let him go.
However, said a transfer offer would need to be hefty, with the publication claiming no less than €70 million.
Either Sergej renews, as his current contract expires in 2024, or the player’s sale in the summer transfer market is possible.