Lazio centre-forward Libor Kozak has reportedly caught the eye of Wigan Athletic.
The Czech international has been owned by the Biancocelesti since 2008, scoring 22 goals in 80 official appearances.
However, he is rarely used from the start in major competitions, as last season he was mainly reserved for the Coppa Italia and Europa League group games.
The 24-year-old scored 10 goals in 11 Europa League matches last season, but failed to find the net in 19 Serie A games.
Kozak has repeatedly been linked with Chievo and Udinese, but Lazio have always refused to sell. Now Sky Sport Italia claim Championship side Wigan Athletic are making an offer.
Strong in the air, the Czech Republic international stands at 1.92m (6’3”).
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