Inter are considering moving for Lazio wing-back Manuel Lazzari to replace Achraf Hakimi should the Morccan depart in the summer.
This is according to today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Il Tempo, who report that the Nerazzurri could aim to reunited Lazzari with incoming Inter manager Simone Inzaghi with the pair having spent the past two seasons together at Lazio.
Inzaghi pushed for Lazzari’s signing from SPAL in the summer of 2019 for €14 million, and the Italian tactician is thought to hold the 27-year-old in very high regard.
Inter may try to capitalize on this positive relationship between the recently-departed Lazio coach and the player, who was one of the most consistent starters for the Bianconeri over the past two seasons, to lure him to the Giuseppe Meazza.
The Nerazzurri are still thought to be willing to sell Moroccan wing-back Achraf Hakimi, and Lazzari’s technical profile could make him an ideal replacement for the contributions of Hakimi at the club.