Lazio is set to face numerous dilemmas over the upcoming summer transfer window, including with the uncertain future of striker Joaquin Correa.

The Argentine reportedly aims to remain at Lazio past the transfer window, but other reports suggest that the Biancocelesti are well considering offloading him instead.

In speaking to the Italian-based station Radiosei (via Cittacleste), Italian journalist Franco Recanatesi shed some light on the reasoning behind why such a move could transpire in the coming months.

There are players who can be on the market and bring in a lot of cash, like [Joaquin] Correa.

Among the players to sell, if a big player has to leave, the Argentine is the most expendable.

If Correa does go on to leave Lazio this summer, it will be noteworthy to see whether the club plans to use such funds from a possible deal to sign wingers.

New Lazio manager Maurizio Sarri is well expected to line up Lazio next season under a 4-3-3 setup, which is one formation that has a pair of slots for wingers.