Inter midfielder Matias Vecino has enjoyed a strong start to the Serie A season, with the Uruguayan having been given an important role in the Nerazzurri team under coach Simone Inzaghi.
This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, who highlight the role that the former Lazio coach has had in Vecino’s good form so far this season.
Vecino struggled for minutes last season, with injuries restricting the number if appearances he could make as he largely sat on the sidelines while his team won the Scudetto.
This season, new head coach Simone Inzaghi has given the 30-year-old a new lease on life, making him an important midfielder in his Nerazzurri project as he looks to defend the Scudetto.
After seven Serie A matches, the Uruguayan has only seen about a hundred minutes of action fewer than the whole of last season, and the quality of his performances and his goal against Bologna suggest that Inzaghi will continue to use him at this rate either from the start or off the bench.