LAZIO NEWS

Brazilian midfielder Ederson is in hot demand in his home country, but as his agent reiterates, the player still wants Lazio.
Cristian Ledesma and Walter Gargano will remain with Lazio and Napoli respectively, their agent has underlined.
Vladimir Petkovic is on the verge of being confirmed as the new Lazio boss after he visited their Formello training complex on Thursday.
Juan Pablo Carrizo looks likely to return to Lazio, while Catania officially appoint new director of sport Nicola Salerno.
There are reports new Coach Vladimir Petkovic has delayed his arrival in Rome to sign a contract with Lazio.
Lazio’s versatile defender Stefan Radu could leave the capital club this summer, as his agent confirms talks in England do exist.
Tactician Vladimir Petkovic will sign a two-year contract with Italian club Lazio, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
Lazio captain Stefano Mauri “can’t wait to be interviewed” by police tomorrow after his arrest in the betting scandal.
Swiss side Sion have confirmed “there is a meeting tomorrow” between Lazio and their Coach Vladimir Petkovic. “We won’t stand in their way.”
Swiss side Sion have admitted that it will be hard to keep boss Vladimir Petkovic amid interest from Lazio.
The representative of Hernanes is adamant that the Lazio midfielder will remain in the Italian capital over the summer.
Stefano Mauri of Lazio has been arrested, while Domenico Criscito’s national team room and the home of Juventus boss Antonio Conte have been searched by police as part of the betting probe.
Carlos Dunga has been linked with the Fiorentina and Lazio benches, but insists he “must choose a club where I can work without them changing the tune.”
Miroslav Klose has thanked Lazio for revitalising his career ahead of Euro 2012. “I have found a family here.”
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has joined Gianfranco Zola, Carlos Dunga and Rafa Benitez in the race for the Lazio job.
There are reports Carlos Dunga has become the new hot favourite to replace Edy Reja on the Lazio bench.
Premier League giants Arsenal and Manchester City are reportedly ready to battle over Lazio defender Stefan Radu.
Milan have decided not to keep Maxi Lopez, but the Catania-owned striker would “be happy to receive a call” from Lazio.
Zdenek Zeman is wanted by Roma, Fiorentina, Lazio and of course current club Pescara. “We’ll make a decision next week.”
Germany boss Joachim Low is confident that Lazio’s Miroslav Klose will be ready for the start of Euro 2012.