LAZIO NEWS

Lazio have named their squad for tomorrow’s Serie A clash with Juventus, including Felipe Anderson and Bastos.
Simone Inzaghi confirmed Ravel Morrison is on the market and urged Lazio to “beat the statistics” against Juventus.
Juventus Coach Massimiliano Allegri won’t be drawn on Paris Saint-Germain’s Blaise Matuidi - “I don’t talk about players from other teams”.
President Claudio Lotito admits he’s had “problems” at Lazio, but will still be involved with Salernitana.
Paolo Valeri will take charge of Napoli-Milan, as the referees are announced for Week 2 of Serie A.
Football and all other sports in Italy will observe a minute of silence after the country's earthquake disaster, whilst figureheads react.
Milan Bisevac has terminated his contract with Lazio by mutual consent and confirmed a transfer to Metz.
Marco Parolo is confident Lazio will face Juventus “without fear, as Simone Inzaghi is giving us a new team spirit.”
Lazio's central defender Simone Mattia has been sold to Lega Pro club Sambenedettese.
Mario Balotelli keeps being linked to a variety of teams, the latest being Nantes and even Manchester United.
Lazio appear to be very near to signing Monaco's Nabil Dirar, the replacement for Antonio Candreva, and may still be in for Alessio Cerci.
Rodrigo Caio is in Italy to get his EU passport, but it’s reported the Sao Paulo defender will head to Sevilla rather than Milan or Lazio.
Juventus centre-back Giorgio Chiellini warns Lazio are “a formidable team” ahead of their meeting on Saturday.
Olympic gold-medallist Felipe Anderson is back in Italy: 'Now all I want is to win for Lazio'.
Reports in France suggest Marcelo Bielsa could return to Marseille, amid Lazio legal action.
Keita Balde Diao’s agent accuses “inexplicable” Lazio of conducting “a public trial” against his client.
Lazio’s lawyer says there are “no plans” to sue Keita Balde Diao and expects Marcelo Bielsa news in December.
Bologna's Joey Saputo sounds reluctant to the idea of signing Mario Balotelli: 'We don't buy players for marketing purposes'.
Lazio celebrated a seven-goal thriller in Bergamo, Sassuolo conquered Palermo, while Sampdoria won at Empoli and Bologna squeezed past Crotone.
Join us for today’s EIGHT Serie A games, including Sinisa Mihajlovic’s Milan-Torino revenge, a new Napoli at Pescara and Frank de Boer’s Inter with Chievo.