Mattia Zaccagni is proving to be very popular around Europe ahead of the summer and Lazio have already come up with a plan.
The 26-year-old Italian winger has been one of the stars of the show in Rome this season, shaking off his slow start to become one of Maurizio Sarri’s most trusted players. Zaccagni has scored five goals and provided seven assists for Lazio this season, instantly making an impact.
As reported by La Lazio Siamo Noi, foreign clubs are starting to get seriously interested in Zaccagni ahead of the summer transfer window, but Lazio are not keen to lose their new star.
The Biancocelesti would only be willing to sell the 26-year-old Italian should an incredibly high offer arrive, something which seems a little unlikely but not outright impossible. Should he depart, PSG’s Pablo Sarabia and Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic could be brought in to replace him.
The 26-year-old Zaccagni joined Lazio from Hellas Verona on a loan deal with a conditional obligation to buy clause attached worth around €7.1 million, payable over three years. His estimated market value is currently €18 million,