Lazio sporting director Igli Tare had admitted that the desire of the players themselves will play a big part in any outgoing transfers in the upcoming Summer transfer window.

A number of Lazio’s players have been linked with possible moves away from the Stadio Olimpico in the coming months with midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic among them.

The Spanish born Serbian national team midfielder has drawn no shortage of links to other clubs with Inter and Juventus both said to be interested in him from Italy.

Speaking in an interview with Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia during their ‘Sky Calcio Club’ show, Tare spoke on what will happen if an Italian club comes in with a €120 million offer for the 25-year-old.

“What will happen if an Italian team comes in with an offer of €120 million? Let’s just say that the will of the players is fundamental,” he began.

“It is a matter of cycles. If a player thinks they have closed one cycle and want to try something else and if a move is done for the good of both sides, then there is nothing wrong.

“Napoli have sold important players but have still remained competitive and it can be the same with us too.

“Milinkovic-Savic has stayed in Rome for five years due to the solid link between him, the city and the club. Every year there have been temptations but our will and his have led to him staying put.”

This season the former KRC Genk player has made 31 appearances across all competitions to date. In just over 2500 minutes on the field, Milinkovic-Savic has scored five goals and has also provided seven assists.