Italian Media Claims Inter Impossible To Get Manuel Lazzari. This Is The Reason!

Italian media claim Simone Inzaghi's poor relationship with Lazio owner Claudio Lotito makes the transfer of Manuel Lazzari to Inter Milan almost impossible.

The heated relationship between Lazio owner Claudio Lotito and new Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi is reported to have the potential to damage the transfer deal for Manuel Lazzari.  Even the 27-year-old player is considered impossible to land at the Giuseppe Meazza this summer.

As reported in La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Simone Inzaghi has officially left Lazio to take over the position of Nerazzurri manager that was previously held by Antonio Conte.

But the way the 45-year-old coach left the Olimpico was not considered good.  Inzaghi left while both parties were still negotiating a new contract, much to Lotito's anger.  Inevitably Inter was also dragged into the conflict.

This condition began to be felt when Inzaghi entered Lazzari's name into the top list of players who wanted to be brought from Lazio to Inter.

Lazzari is considered a potential replacement for Achraf Hakimi who will leave for Paris Saint-Germain.  This decision was not without consideration, the player is used to playing in a 3-5-2 formation, and knows the details of the game that the coach wants.

Inter are reported to have reached an agreement with a transfer fee of 22 million Euros, plus several other details.  But this was immediately opposed by Lotito, and he even threatened to block the deal.

Lotito explained that Lazzari could leave the Olimpico at any time, but not Inter Milan or the team coached by Inzaghi.

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