LAZIO NEWS

Joachim Low has responded to Miroslav Klose’s announcement that he has retired from international football.
Miroslav Klose has confirmed his retirement from international football, ending a 13-year spell with Germany.
Claudio Lotito is confident that the majority of Serie A’s clubs will back Carlo Tavecchio in today’s vote for the next FIGC President.
Juventus general director Beppe Marotta has hit out at Claudio Lotito and warned that reform in Italian football ‘will not be easy’.
Lazio were swept aside 3-1 by Hannover in Germany on Marco Parolo and Stefan De Vrij full debuts.
The FIGC election controversy continues as Urbano Cairo of Torino accused Claudio Lotito of “tutoring” Carlo Tavecchio.
Lazio chief Claudio Lotito is confident Carlo Tavecchio will be elected FIGC President on Monday despite a racism row.
Filip Djordjevic and Mamadou Tounkara gave Lazio a prestigious 2-0 friendly victory over Hamburg.
Lazio are said to have rejected a £16m offer from Liverpool for young striker Keita Balde Diao.
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare has denied suggestions that his side have made an offer for Eder Balanta.
Tommaso Ghirardi has assured Parma fans that a ‘quality midfielder’ will join the club this summer.
Felipe Anderson believes that Lazio will ‘have a great season’ with Stefano Pioli leading the way.
Demetrio Albertini slammed Lazio President Claudio Lotito, while Carlo Tavecchio could get a four-month ban.
Lazio are reportedly ready to offer €6m to sign defender Younes Kaboul from Tottenham Hotspur.
Claudio Lotito assures Lazio will “do everything to qualify for Europe and win back the Rome Derby.”
Claudio Lotito asked fans not to “abandon” Lazio after disastrous season ticket sales this summer.
New Lazio signing Stefan De Vrij snubbed other offers because “he wanted to learn the Italian art of defending.”
It’s reported West Bromwich Albion bid £5m for Parma’s Jonathan Biabiany and Diego Lugano was offered to Lazio.
Lazio played a thrilling 2-2 draw with Sporting Lisbon, but lost the Trofeu 5 Violinos on penalties.
Security concerns mean the Rome Derby and any games between Napoli and Roma must be early kick-offs.