Nicolò Zaniolo’s limited game time at Aston Villa hasn’t stopped him from attracting interest from Serie A.

The Villans signed the winger on loan from Galatasaray and he’s expected to return to his parent club after this season. He’s unlikely to stay there and a few Italian clubs are looking to sign him in the next window.

Lazio are one of them and TV Play provides the latest on their interest in the Aston Villa man.

Having struggled for a prominent role under Unai Emery, the Italy international ‘would like to return’ to his country, to revive his career.

It’s claimed Lazio chairman Claudio Lotito is a ‘great admirer’ of the former AS Roma man and wants to bring him back to the city in the summer, with the intention of relaunching his career. A move back to Italy could help the Aston Villa player find some balance.

TV Play say sources close to Zaniolo have stated contacts have already taken place with Lazio, but a potential deal has been postponed until the summer, when he returns to the Turkish club.

Igor Tudor is set to become the new Lazio manager and he could ‘very willingly welcome’ the Villans attacker.

As well as the Biancocelesti, AC Milan, Fiorentina and Napoli are also looking at Zaniolo. He scored his third goal of the season against West Ham United and that helped Aston Villa get a point on Sunday.