Manchester United target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic insists he has no plans to leave Lazio.
Reports claim Jose Mourinho is lining up an amazing £95million bid for the Serbia international.
Milinkovic-Savic, 22, is a 6ft 3in midfielder who fits the Special One’s team profile perfectly.
And he could potentially partner compatriot Nemanja Matic in order to give current club record signing Paul Pogba freedom to roam the final third.
Juventus are also said to be interested, and Milinkovic-Savic earlier fuelled speculation by posting a picture of himself in Turin on social media.
However, the ace is adamant he will remain at Lazio and was only in Turin to see his brother Vanja, who plays for Torino.
Milinkovic-Savic told Novosti: “I am focused only on Lazio. This season, Serie A has improved significantly, as you can see by the fact all the clubs are still in the Champions League or Europa League.
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“As a club, we have a clear goal of a top four position, because that gives qualification to the Champions League from next season. That is a really big challenge.
“I am not thinking about leaving Lazio, because I am currently very happy in Rome.
“It means a lot to have Vanja close to me. We support and strive to motivate each other. We play in one of the strongest leagues in Europe and we’re proud for each other.”