LAZIO NEWS

Rafa Benitez was pleased for Gonzalo Higuain’s hat-trick, though Napoli “still need to improve.”
Gonzalo Higuain’s hat-trick got Napoli back on track, overturning 10-man Lazio’s lead to win 4-2.
Rafa Benitez reshuffles Napoli as he hosts a decimated Lazio with ex-San Paolo Coach Edy Reja at the helm.
Aurelio De Laurentiis said “it’s a shame, but we have to beat Edy Reja” when Napoli host Lazio today.
Lazio released a statement denying reports Russian investors have offered €170m to buy out the club.
Lazio have an injury crisis against Napoli tomorrow, as Miroslav Klose, Keita Balde Diao and Giuseppe Biava are out.
Edy Reja is dealing with a Lazio injury crisis, but assures they are “going to play for a win” at Napoli.
Rafa Benitez assured Napoli have plenty to play for against Lazio, but conceded Gonzalo Higuain “hasn’t performed to his best.”
There are reports a Russian conglomerate has offered €170m to buy Lazio from President Claudio Lotito.
Napoli named their squad for Sunday’s match against Lazio, but Christian Maggio and Juan Zuniga are still out of action.
Eugenio Fascetti says the fact Lazio have more riding on Sunday’s match with Napoli than their opponents could prove decisive.
Emmanuel Badu’s agent has admitted that there are ‘several clubs’ looking to sign his client in the summer.
Napoli assistant manager Fabio Pecchia insists they are “still targeting second place and not thinking about the Coppa Italia.”
Lazio sporting director Igli Tare says President Claudio Lotito does good work every day for the well-being of the club.
Claudio Lotito has praised Lazio’s Primavera side for winning the Cup and promised a number of the team will make the senior squad.
Lazio have won the Primavera Cup for the first time in 35 years after beating Fiorentina 4-2 on the night and 7-3 on aggregate in the two-legged final.
Inter’s Hernanes says that he is now starting to understand how things work at the San Siro club.
Edy Reja has indicated that Lazio will go for the jugular when they face Napoli on Sunday.
San Siro will not be considered as a venue for Euro 2020, but Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is an option.
Corriere dello Sport are reporting that Lazio forward Miroslav Klose faces around 15 days out on the sidelines.