After not being heavily involved within the Biancocelesti throughout the early stages of this year’s current campaign, Spanish midfielder Luis Alberto is currently unhappy at Lazio.
So far this season, the Spaniard only started three out of the first ten games within the Serie A, and featured in the remaining seven off the bench. The 30 year-old has proven to be pivotal in crucial moments as he tallied three goals within the top-flight Italian league.
Despite starting all four of Lazio’s Europa League fixtures thus far, the Spanish maestro is not pleased with the current circumstances as he struggles to gain the full confidence of Sarri.
According to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport, Luis Alberto is frustrated as he does not feel like he is a regular in Sarri’s system within the domestic league, possibly leading the attacking-playmaker to part ways with the capital club at the end of this year’s campaign.
As it stands, both Milan and Spanish outfits Sevilla are earmarking Luis Alberto as the are keen in luring the well-documented midfielder into their squads in order to enhance their quality.