LAZIO NEWS

Claudio Lotito has confirmed Lazio are closing in on a deal for Santiago Gentiletti, with reports of a four-year deal already in place.
Juventus have joined Southampton, Roma and Lazio in chasing Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar.
Hajduk Split defender Franjo Prce admits a deal is “practically done” for him to join Lazio next week. “I can’t wait!”
Vojislav Stankovic is “close to a deal with Lazio,” but there are another two Serie A clubs interested, said the Partizan Belgrade talent’s agent.
Keita Balde Diao is enthusiastic for Lazio’s chances of success this season, as he outlines personal ambitions too.
Davide Astori insists he did not turn down Lazio, choosing only Roma, as he reflects on the ‘sense of responsibility’ at the Giallorossi.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says he will not run for a position in Carlo Tavecchio’s new-look FIGC setup.
It is reported that Ron Vlaar is top of Lazio’s list of targets as they look to sign another centre-back ahead of the new season.
Lazio’s Miroslav Klose has backed Fiorentina’s Mario Gomez to make a return to the Germany national team fold.
Lucas Biglia believes that Lazio shouldn’t set a goal for this season as anything is possible.
PSG star Javier Pastore confirms “there was something with Juventus, Lazio and Milan” this summer.
It is reported that Antonio Candreva is close to agreeing a new contract to remain at Lazio.
Vojislav Stankovic’s agent has confirmed an offer has arrived from Lazio, but that Partizan Belgrade have over-priced the player.
Claudio Lotito has reflected on his ‘month-and-a-half’ away from Lazio, and his ambitions to win back angry Aquile supporters.
Keita Balde Diao is reportedly attracting interest this summer from Liverpool again, but Lazio for now are holding firm.
New FIGC President Carlo Tavecchio may make contact with Antonio Conte over the vacant Italy post as early as today.
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’.