Milan - Real Madrid have rekindled their interest in Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia and are preparing a 30m euros offer for the Argentina international, according to reports in Italy on Friday.
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Biglia is considered one of the top defensive midfielders in Serie A and has been a key player for Lazio since joining the club on a five-year contract in 2013.
The 29-year-old was a reported target for Real, among a number of Premier League clubs before he quit Anderlecht for Lazio in 2013.
According to calciomercato.it, Real manager Rafael Benitez remains an admirer of Biglia since his spell at Napoli and is set to make Biglia an offer that would see him double his current salary of 1.4m euros a season if he signs for Real next June.
Biglia has made 34 appearances for Argentina and was a part of the side that lost last summer's World Cup final against Germany.