With Maurizio Sarri’s imminent arrival in Rome, Lazio star Manuel Lazzari may find himself outcast this summer, making him potentially available to link up with former Lazio head coach Simone Inzaghi at Inter.

In today’s print edition, Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport propose that Lazzari’s situation at Lazio may change due to tactical differences with new boss Sarri.

Sarri is known to favour a 4-3-3 tactical system, and has not preferred to employ a system with a back three and wingbacks at any of his prior clubs; this may be bad news for Lazzari’s future at the club, as the 27-year-old Italian’s most effective position is as a wingback in such a system.

Should Sarri decide that the former-SPAL man is unable to fulfill a role as either a fullback or a winger in his new-look Lazio side’s attacking plan, then he may be a target for Inzaghi as Inter, as he has experience playing the wide role in the new Inter manager’s preferred formation.