Milan already have a price for Lovren
According to the 'Liverpool Echo', the Reds are willing to let Dejan Lovren leave the club for a fee of around 36 million euros. It's a fact that is know well-known in Italy, where AC Milan are preparing their first offer.
In this sense, the newspaper maintains that Liverpool would not mind allowing Lovren to leave, given that he has fallen out of manager Jurgen Klopp's first team plans.
Among injuries and tactical decisions taken by the German coach, Lovren has lost the major role that he used to play at Anfield and his future is now up in the air, at 29 years of age and with two years left to run on his contract.
Milan want to bring in the defender, who played a key role as Croatia reached the final of the 2018 World Cup.