The Italian club are desperate to tie Ljajic down to a new contract with AC Milan reportedly interested in signing the Serbian star.
Fiorentina’s chief executive Sandro Mencucci has admitted that Adem Ljajic future at the club isn’t certain, with AC Milan reportedly ready snap up the 21 year old, Goal.com reports.
Ljajic only has one year remaining on his current at Fiorentina and could leave for free next summer if he refuses to a agree a new contract with the Italian club.
Fiorentina rejected a £6.8 million offer from AC Milan for Ljajic earlier in the summer and Mencucci admits that there is still a possibility that that the midfielder could leave Florence before the transfer window closes.
“We’re near the end of the market and are nearing the end of the story,” he told Il Corriere dello Sport.
“All possibilities are open. I am always optimistic and I’d like to see this deal being resolved for the best.”
Ljajic was one of the most impressive young players in Italian football last season and has been attracting interest from several top clubs throughout Europe, as well as AC Milan.
Vincenzo Montella admits that Ljajic could be interested in a move to another club because of his age.
“Being young, it’s inevitable he could be affected by all this,” the coach remarked.