Lazio could be without the Stadio Olimpico for European football competition next season, after another falling out with Coni.
The Aquile needed to secure a deal to lease the stadium that is owned by Coni by today, so as to be granted a licence by UEFA to host European football there next season, be that Champions League or Europa League competition.
However, over four hours after this deadline has passed, Coni President Gianni Petrucci has confirmed that the club could not agree to terms with them.
“The more time passes the more I realise that with some people it is impossible to get along,” Petrucci told news agency ANSA on Monday evening.
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