Lazio are believed to be considering dipping into the transfer market, to solve their issues when Miroslav Klose is absent.
The club are understood to have identified performances when Klose has been injured or suspended as a key weakness this season, with little trust allegedly held in those who have come in to take his place.
Subsequently, the Gazzetta dello Sport report today that the capital club will be making moves in January to support Klose with more adequate replacements.
The Biancocelesti are understood to have identified two particular targets for the winter, weighing up a €4m to €5m bid for Hannover’s Mohammed Abdellaoue against a cheaper move for Torino’s Rolando Bianchi, whose contract expires next summer.
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