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Biglia set for Italy switch

Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia has confirmed he will be leaving the Belgian club this summer, with Lazio believed to be leading the chase for him.

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Lucas Biglia: Set to leave Anderlecht for Serie A

Lucas Biglia: Set to leave Anderlecht for Serie A

The 27-year old has been linked with a number of Premier League sides in the past, with Manchester City, Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal all reported to have been tracking him.

However, Serie A appears to be Biglia's chosen destination and the Argentine says it is the right time for him to move on.

"The moment of taking another step has arrived. I have talked to about this with Anderlecht. There is a nice offer from Italian football," he told Abriendo Juego.

"I have been at this team for seven years. It's the moment for changing and at Anderlecht they agree with this."

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