By Football Italian staffIt has been a busy summer for Milan, with the Nerazzurri taking on Juventus, Bologna, Napoli and Inter in a bid to claim the Scudetto.
The Nerazzurs are now facing a difficult decision on who they will sign for next season, as it is understood they will be looking to offload Agnellis signing in 2018, as he is out of contract in 2019.
The former Sassuolo man is out-of-contract until 2022, but there is still a chance he could return to Serie A, should his contract be renewed.
Juventus are keen to keep the centre-back, who is under contract until 2019.
He has just one year left on his current deal, and is due to make €3.5 million in 2018.
Inter have made a €3 million offer for the player, with Napoli, Lazio and Inter also interested in the 26-year-old.
Napoli are reportedly prepared to sell Agnellisi for €5 million, while Lazio are looking to bring him back to the Rossoneri on a permanent basis.
Lazio are also looking to buy Agnelles deal.
Napoli are willing to pay a fee of €3m and Lazio €3million, but Agnellís current contract expires in 2022, so Lazio will be keen to sell him on.
If Agnellisa is sold, he will leave Milan with €2.5m remaining on his contract, with Juventus the only interested parties.
Juve are desperate to sign Agnellas replacement, and are expected to offer €5m, while Napoli have been told they will receive €3-4m from Inter.