Lazio forward Raul Moro’s future is at a crossroads, as the Spaniard and his entourage want to play more first team minutes, according to a report from La Lazio Siamo Noi earlier today.

The report details how the 18-year-old Spanish forward, who is contracted to the Biancocelesti until 2022, has only played a single minute for the Lazio first time since joining last summer, against Juventus last season.

Moro wants more first team minutes and doesn’t want to be stuck in the Primavera squad forever, and so a departure is now possible in order to play more regularly.

The situation resembles that of Pedro Neto, who was left in the youth squad by coach Simone Inzaghi, moved to Premier League side Wolves and then found success in the first team.

Several European teams are interested in signing the 18-year-old Moro, with multiple clubs in the Premier League including Chelsea. In Italy, there is still a top club, still unknown, that has asked for information about the player.

The possibility of Moro joining Salernitana on loan has already been ruled out by his agent, Junior Minguella, who said:

There is no chance of him going to Salerno, rather there is a greater chance of him leaving Lazio. If Inzaghi or the club don’t want him, we have top clubs interested in him.


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