Andrea Lazzari admits he could be tempted to leave Cagliari this summer if former boss Massimiliano Allegri takes charge of Milan.
Allegri is reportedly in advanced talks with the Rossoneri and the tactician is said to be willing to pair up with Lazzari again at the San Siro.
The 25-year-old midfielder told L’Eco di Bergamo newspaper: “I have talked to Allegri, but not about Milan.
“Then again, I would be more than happy to follow him.”
Lazzari is co-owned by Atalanta and Cagliari, the Sardinians being allegedly prepared to sign him on a permanent basis during the close season for a fee in the region of €3 million.
“Atalanta and Cagliari must work out this co-ownership and then we’ll see,” he added.
“The clubs have already scheduled a meeting. And, I have said it before, I would like to remain at Cagliari.”
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