Dejan Lovren is reportedly linked with a move to AC Milan as a part of their summer overhaul, according to thisisanfield
Lovren had a mixed term this season making only 18 appearances in all the competitions, suffering from injuries and lack of consistency in his form.
Joe Gomez was Van Dijk‘s centre-back at the beginning of the season before a broken leg saw the 22-year-old being sidelined from the rest of season and Matip taking charge alongside the Dutchman.
As of now, the scenario has totally changed for Liverpool’s defence, with Matip set for talks over a contract extension after making his way into Jurgen Klopp‘s plans.
And with Gomez to be considered as a long-term solution for the Reds at the back, leaving Lovren certainly a fourth choice, who will be heading into his sixth term with the club.
The emerging reports suggest that the AC Milan may offer the 29-year-old a first-team as he is among the list of players being targeted by the club.
Whether Lovren would leave Anfield remains to be seen, given he still has two years left on his current deal; and the club has the option to extend that by another 12 months.
Following a lack of game time at Liverpool, may tempt him to think about the available options if Milan makes a concrete offer.
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