Reports: Dejan Lovren agrees terms for move to Milan
Reports this morning have claimed that Liverpool defender, and Mo's best mate, Dejan Lovren has agreed terms with AC Milan.
We heard earlier this week that Milan had a great interest in the Croatian international, who will turn 30 in a month, and had made a bid for the player.
Liverpool aren't keen on selling the defender but if he wants to leave, like with most players, the club won't force him to stay if he wants to move on.
Football Insider claim that the player's agent has been in Italy this week and has agreed terms with the club ahead of a move to Serie A.
Lovren joined the club in 2014 for £20 million and has since played 170 times for the team, scoring 7 times. Despite playing less than 20 games last season, he came away with his first trophy when the boys lifted the Champions League.
Milan News claims that the Reds will be looking for a fee in the region of £25 million for the player. Any move for Lovren would presumably result in the club looking for a replacement.