LAZIO NEWS

Lazio may look to Southampton's Graziano Pellé should Miroslav Klose opt to leave their ranks, according to reports.
Barcelona may be the latest top club looking to swoop for Lazio's Felipe Anderson, say reports.
Lazio midfielder Stefano Mauri says overtaking Roma into second place would have the 'flavour of a Scudetto'.
Manchester City full-back Aleksandar Kolarov admits ‘I’d like to return to Italy’, with Inter among those interested.
Lazio are reportedly looking to sign right-back Patric from Barcelona B on a free transfer.
Davide Astori is confident Roma will secure second place and take up their option to buy him from Cagliari.
Dinamo Moscow talent Balazs Dzsudzsak is reportedly ready to take a pay cut in order to join Lazio.
Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli called Felipe Anderson “unstoppable” and Danilo Cataldi the new Claudio Marchisio.
Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson says playing in the Champions League would be ‘a dream’ for him.
Former Italy CT Giovanni Trapattoni says the doubts over the future of Rafa Benitez will not affect Napoli’s players.
Felipe Anderson’s agent committed to Lazio and said “it’s a good sign Manchester City are coming to see him.”
Italy continued experimenting in training ahead of Saturday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Bulgaria.
Tottenham and Aston Villa are reported to be interested in Lazio centre-forward Miroslav Klose.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United still hope to sign Felipe Anderson for €45m despite his Lazio contract extension.
Winger Antonio Candreva praises Coach Antonio Conte's 'maniacal' attention to detail, whilst discussing Lazio's objectives.
Antonio Candreva defends the oriundi, saying they add 'extra value' to the national team, and discusses tactics.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito said selling Hernanes to Inter was “a masterstroke” and slammed the old transfer costs.
Miroslav Klose says the Europa League is Lazio’s primary target, but admits ‘we’d like to get something more’.
Manchester United are preparing a €25m offer for Lazio defender Stefan De Vrij, according to reports.
Former Juventus director Luciano Moggi was not acquitted from his implication in Calciopoli, but his sentence has been written off.