Lazaro closed the Inter Milan chapter

Lazaro closed the Inter Milan chapter
Valentino Lazaro
Image: (GEPA pictures)

Valentino Lazaro returns to FC Turin: The Italian first division soccer club announced yesterday that the ÖFB team player had been bought by Inter Milan – for a reported four million euros. Marko Arnautovic’s club also secured a resale stake.

The 27-year-old winger was loaned to Turin last season. “I’m happy to be back,” Lazaro said on Instagram. “I can’t wait to get started. It will be easy for me to return to the team. I felt the confidence at Torino from the first moment.”

He never had that feeling at Inter Milan. The 19-time champion had bought the ex-Salzburger from Hertha BSC in the summer of 2019 for around 22 million euros, but then loaned out the Grazer, who was often thrown back by injuries, four times. After six months in Milan, Lazaro was sent to Newcastle United, followed by loan spells at Mönchengladbach, Benfica Lisbon and most recently Torino.

With the fixed change, Lazaro can also calculate chances of a return to the national team. Since the Nations League games against France and Denmark a year ago, the outside player has not made it into team boss Ralf Rangnick’s squad.

At Inter Milan, after his return in the summer, he no longer played a role in the plans. Only in the 4:3 test in Salzburg did coach Simone Inzaghi give him an assignment at his old place of work from the 88th minute. At FC Turin, Lazaro could make his comeback away against AC Milan on Saturday.

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