Former Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo highlighted the quick progress of Lazio under coach Maurizio Sarri.

Speaking in an interview with Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the DAZN commentator touched on how well the squad are adapting to the 62-year-old Italian coach.

Lazio are an open building site but going fast.

They have functional players and the latest arrival, Zaccagni, is important because he’s someone who goes on the inside of the pitch.

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The Biancocelesti have signed multiple players this summer to strengthen coach Maurizio Sarri’s squad, with the most recent two major signings being Hellas Verona midfielder Mattia Zaccagni and Bordeaux midfielder Toma Basic.

Lazio have started the season well, beating Empoli 3-1 win in the opening game before thrashing Spezia 6-1 last weekend.

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The Roman club’s next game is against AC Milan on 12th September, after the international break.

Sarri’s ideas and system are complicated and so it will take a little time for the squad to adapt.

The 62-year-old Italian coach now has a variety of exciting and attacking players that will be perfect for his 4-3-3 system.