Lazio squad recovering from flu outbreak ahead of Milan clash

epa09781656 SS Lazio's Ciro Immobile (R) celebrates with his teammates after scoring the 1-0 goal during the UEFA Europa League playoff second leg soccer match between SS Lazio and FC Porto at the Olimpico stadium in Rome, Italy, 24 February 2022. EPA-EFE/ETTORE FERRARI

Seven Lazio players fell ill with flu symptoms this week but things are starting to look more positive ahead of Sunday’s match against Milan.

Thomas Strakosha, Marius Adamonis, Adam Marusic, Stefan Radu, Danilo Cataldi, Raul Moro, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luiz Felipe all began suffering from flu-like symptoms this week including a fever and gastrointestinal issues, forcing them to miss multiple training sessions in Formello.

As reported by TuttoMercatoWeb, things are starting to look more positive for Lazio as four of the players have been cleared of the flu and started training in the gym. These players are Milinkovic-Savic, Marusic, Strakosha and Cataldi.

Reina, Radu and Adamonis are all still unavailable due to the symptoms, and Patric and Pedro are sidelined due to muscle problems.

Maurizio Sarri will be anxious leading up to this Sunday’s clash against Milan, hoping that his squad are in the best possible condition for such an electric encounter. The Rossoneri cannot afford to drop points as they continue to duke it out with Inter and Napoli in the title race.

3 Comments on “Lazio squad recovering from flu outbreak ahead of Milan clash”

  1. Italia referees have been the enemies of Milan progress in this season, Milan has lost 7 good points from their internationally pretending mistakes which was obvious
    They purposely wanted to destroy Milan

  2. Milan are the pride of italy 7 champion leauge no other team in italy can reach everyone hate milan they play against 13 men always thanks god that i lived to see milan win cups hope this day come for milan forever till death do us apart

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