Former Inter target Manuel Lazzari looks to be available due to struggling to adjust to life under new Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri, but he is no longer a serious consideration for the Nerazzurri.
This according to Italian news outlet L’Interista, who report that the 28-year-old would be allowed to leave the Biancocelesti but that Inter are not looking for a player in his position.
Lazzari had been among the Nerazzurri’s major transfer targets during the summer transfer window, with the player one of the priority options to replace Achraf Hakimi on the right following the Moroccan’s departure for Paris Saint-Germain.
Coach Simone Inzaghi had worked successfully with the 28-year-old for two seasons at the Biancocelesti and was keen on a reunion, but the asking price was too high for him and Inter moved onto other targets.
Now Lazzari looks to be on the market, with Lazio accepting that he has not fit into the project under Sarri and ready to part ways.
However, at the moment Inter can rely on Denzel Dumfries and Matteo Darmian in the right wing-back position so a signing in the role would not be a serious consideration.
This could change come the summer transfer window, though for now Lazzari has not become an Inter target again as he had been during the summer.