Stefan de Vrij and Lazio are said to have been negotiating a new contract for months. The Dutchman, who is currently still fixed until mid-2018, is on the radar of many clubs, including Juventus. The Dutch national and international Orange and his Italian employer are located five million metres apart, and Claudio Lotito, president of the club in the Italian capital city, likes to keep the 25-year-old defender and offers De Vrij a contract that runs until mid-2019. The Italian wants to comply with De Vrij’s wish to include an escape clause in the new commitment and set the amount at thirty million euros, whereas the Free can earn two million euros net a year from Lazio with the new contract, but the former defender of Feyenoord does not see the amount of the lump sum. According to Calciomercato, the Dutch citizen’s entourage wants to see an escape clause of 25 million euros. It is reported that De De Vrij is expected to put its mark on a new commitment in the near future.