LAZIO NEWS

Reports in England suggest that Manchester United are interested in Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti has not made the squad for tonight’s match with Torino.
Simone Inzaghi warned Lazio’s clash with Torino is “like a Final,” but he wouldn’t change Andrea Belotti with Ciro Immobile.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admits Torino will be powerless to stop Andrea Belotti leaving if a club bids €100m for his services.
Juan Iturbe says he wants to return to being the player he was at Verona, now that he has returned to fitness.
Roma director Ricky Massara concedes they are in “the first really critical moment of the season” after losing 4-2 to Lyon in the Europa League.
Lazio defender Wesley Hoedt knows “I haven’t done anything yet, there’s still room for improvement”.
It’s thought Inter already have a deal in principle with Stefan de Vrij, and will open talks with Lazio soon.
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Lazio captain Lucas Biglia could face Torino, as it’s reported he only has severe bruising.
Roberto Donadoni believes “Bologna’s problem has never been tactical, it’s a lack of belief and the right attitude” after defeat to Lazio.
Simone Inzaghi praised the “maturity” of his Lazio side in conquering Bologna 2-0, denying there was a bust-up between players.
Ciro Immobile said Lazio “gave a response to those who said we were sated after the derby” by beating Bologna 2-0 to go fourth.
Ciro Immobile bagged a brace either side of half-time to give Lazio their third consecutive victory, 2-0 away to Bologna, and going into fourth place.
Lazio director Igli Tare wants them to beat Bologna this evening to “prove we are a mature team” and rebuffs Sergej Milinkovic-Savic transfer talk.
Lazio need a victory to fly into fourth place and look to Ciro Immobile and Felipe Anderson against a reshuffled Bologna.
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s seven Serie A games, including Atalanta-Fiorentina for Europe, Udinese-Juventus, Cagliari-Inter, Torino-Palermo and Bologna-Lazio.
Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi says his side will take it one game at a time as they chase Champions League football.
The Sunday Express claims that Juventus Coach Max Allegri has reached a verbal agreement with Arsenal and targets Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
Roma ultras continue to boycott the Stadio Olimpico, so 1,000 of them cheered on the team ahead of the Napoli game at their training ground.