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Milan Confirms Signing of Lazio’s Lucas Biglia until 2020

MILAN, Italy – Milan announced on Sunday the signing of Argentine Lucas Biglia for the next three seasons after reaching an agreement with Lazio.

The 31-year-old midfielder spent the past four seasons at Serie A club Lazio.

“AC Milan are delighted to announce the signing of Lucas Biglia from SS Lazio,” the Italian club confirmed in a statement on its official website.

The midfielder signed until June 30, 2020, for 17 million euros ($19.4 million).

Biglia is “an experienced playmaker” with a strong tactical sense and great vision on the field, Milan said.

Biglia, who appeared in 49 matches with the Argentine national team, started his professional career with Argentinos Juniors in July 2004 and then moved to Independiente.

He played 66 games in the Argentine league, where he scored one goal.

Biglia then moved to Belgium, where he joined Anderlecht for seven years, helping the team win four league titles, a league cup and four super cups.

He joined Lazio in July 2013 and made his Serie A debut against Udinese.

Biglia scored 16 goals in his four seasons with Lazio, which finished fifth in Serie A last season, ahead of sixth-place Milan.

 

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