Madrid are in the market for a marquee signing following Cristiano Ronaldo's sensational move to Juventus but Lazio aren't ready to let Milinkovic-Savic go without a fight as the report says they'll hold out for a fee closer to £132m.
Ronaldo spent nine years at Real Madrid following his transfer from Manchester United, where he won four Champions League trophies with the club during his time there. "The company should invest in auto models that guarantee the futures of thousands of people, rather than enriching only one".
"It's unacceptable that, while FCA and CNHI workers continue to make huge economic sacrifices, the company spends hundreds of millions of euros on the purchase of a player", Lavoro Privato, a spokesperson for the Union of Base Workers Syndicate, said in a statement.
"Amid concern that The Old Lady might have overpaid Real Madrid for the signature of the 33-year-old forward, football finance expert Rob Wilson, of Sheffield Hallam University feels otherwise".
He added: "The marketing leverage that Juventus will be able to create will be significant".
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As captain of the Portuguese team in the 2018 World Cup, he scored four goals, including a hat-trick against Spain.
It's calling for a strike at the Melfi plant in southern Italy between 10 p.m. on July 15 and 6 p.m. on July 17.
Both Fiat and Juve are owned by the Agnelli family through their holding company, and the USB union argue that the signing will be at the detriment to possible investment in the carmaker.
At this stage, it isn't expected to have a major impact because Melfi is just one of seven sites used by FCA and USB only represents a small number of employees there.