The tactician is set to leave Catania for the Aquile and Biagianti’s representative claims his client could follow suit.
Walter Zenga has announced that he will resign his post as Catania boss at the end of the Serie A season, and speculation is rife in the peninsula that the former Inter and Italy goalkeeper will take over from Delio Rossi at Lazio.
Zenga has allegedly agreed a one-year deal with the Biancocelesti with an option for two further seasons and there are rumours that ‘Spider-Man’ will take one of his proteges with him to the Stadio Olimpico: Marco Biagianti.
“I have heard it too, because Zenga has always expressed his appreciation towards Biagianti,” agent Roberto La Florio admitted to Lalaziosiamonoi.it.
“I don’t think the two clubs have talked about it yet, but it is obvious that if Zenga joins them and wants to take someone with him from Catania, Marco would obviously be one of the candidates.
“Marco has developed considerably under Zenga, who employed him in different roles, helping him become a versatile player. He often sat in front of the back-line or even played out wide.
“He could play alongside [Cristian] Ledesma or comfortably play in the middle in a three-man midfield. However, he has a contract with Catania until 2012 and could stay put. But we have other offers from Sampdoria, Udinese and Genoa.”
The 25-year-old midfielder is widely tipped to earn his first Italy call-up this week for a friendly international against Northern Ireland on June 6.
Vince Masiello, Goal.com