OFFICIAL! Lazio sign former Inter Matias Vecino, reunite with Maurizio Sarri – NBCNEWS

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OFFICIAL!  Lazio sign former Inter Matias Vecino, reunite with Maurizio Sarri

crazy ball – Former Inter Milan midfielder Matias Vecino has officially signed a three-year contract with Lazio after undergoing a medical, joining the capital club as a free agent.

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The Uruguay international midfielder terminated his contract at the Giuseppe Meazza in June 2022 to make himself available on a free transfer, five years of his time with Nerazzurri since he joined Fiorentina in the summer of 2017 worth IDR 417 billion.

Prior to that, the 31-year-old spent most of his career in Italy and joined Fiorentina in January 2013, having also had loan spells at Cagliari and Empoli.

At Empoli in the 2014/2015 season, Matias Vecino first worked with current Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri and the two have now reunited at the Stadio Olimpico.

Now the international midfielder from Uruguay will embark on a new adventure together Le Aquile for the next three years, with him even confirmed to start training with his new team-mates from Wednesday.

The 31-year-old’s transfer, on the other hand, could actually bring transfer talks for some of Lazio’s current midfielders whose futures at the club are in question.

Spain international Luis Alberto has reportedly asked the club to listen to offers if any proposals come in for him, with the ex-Liverpool known not to suit manager Maurizio Sarri’s tactics.

Apart from him, there are also questions about Sergej Milinkovic-Savic’s future. Lazio are keen to keep hold of the Serbian international midfielder, but the temptation will be tough as Manchester United and Arsenal are believed to be keen on him, as well as Serie A rivals Juventus. presents the latest information in a light language style that is easy to understand and the latest updates of European and international competitions. Also visit our official Youtube channel at @gilabolanews and @gilabolastory

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