LAZIO NEWS

Davide Santon returns and Andrea Ranocchia is still out as Inter name their squad to face Lazio.
Inter meet Lazio in Serie A tomorrow and could discuss offers for Antonio Candreva, Lucas Biglia and Danilo Cataldi.
Stefano Pioli expects Lazio to be “reinforced” during the January transfer window, but has a reduced squad against Inter.
Roberto Mancini insists Serie A leaders Inter are not Scudetto favourites and “we must be perfect to beat Lazio.”
“I can confirm we met with Lazio and they will make a formal offer” to Altinordu, said Caglar Soyuncu’s agent.
Lazio will be without Miroslav Klose against Inter, while Ricardo Kishna is out for several weeks following surgery.
Lazio’s team doctor confirms Miroslav Klose is a doubt for the trip to Inter with a hip injury.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito calls for “unity” but “if we need to make adjustments we’re ready to act…”
Dusan Basta and Keita Balde Diao trained with Lazio today, so should be available to face Inter on Sunday.
Paolo Mazzoleni will be the referee for the Sunday night clash between Inter and Lazio.
Lazio captain Lucas Biglia hopes to beat Inter and expresses solidarity with the angry fans.
Lazio's Danilo Cataldi believes facing their next Serie A rivals Inter is 'not a mission impossible'.
Stefano Pioli was pleased with his Lazio side against Udinese, but “one game doesn’t signal a change”.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono is “angry” with Lazio for perceived unsporting behaviour in their Coppa Italia tie.
Lazio advanced to the Coppa Italia Quarter-Finals, but were made to work by 10-man Udinese.
Felipe Anderson and Alessandro Matri start for Lazio, in what could be a crucial clash with Udinese.
There are reports Roma contacted Marcello Lippi to take over from Rudi Garcia after their Coppa Italia exit to Spezia.
Udinese Coach Stefano Colantuono says he’ll have to alter his game plan against Lazio due to injuries.
Injury-hit Lazio can repeat their run to the Coppa Italia final this season, according to Coach Stefano Pioli.
Under-pressure Lazio Coach Stefano Pioli says they are ‘guilty of naivety’ and that ‘winning is the only medicine we need’.