LAZIO NEWS

Watford could sign Lazio striker Keita Balde Diao with help from Udinese, namely Thomas Heurtaux.
Italian sources claim Lazio are in negotiations with Manchester United for Felipe Anderson, but there is no sign of a deal.
Lazio could resist Manchester United’s €48m offer for Felipe Anderson, but sell Keita Balde Diao to Watford instead.
The Sun claims Manchester United are raising their offer for Lazio starlet Felipe Anderson to £35m.
Inter are back in for Sampdoria's Eder as Paris Saint-Germain's Ezequiel Lavezzi seems too expensive.
Marco Parolo says that winning against Inter 'unblocked' Lazio, as they 'understood many things' over the break.
There are reports that Lazio have secured a deal for Hajduk Split goalkeeper Lovre Kalinic to arrive in June.
Lazio are considering Dinamo Moscow’s Tomas Hubocan and Marseille’s Rolando in their hunt for a centre-back, say reports.
Manchester United will reportedly offer a massive €45m for Lazio’s Felipe Anderson if they fail in their bid for Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez.
Barcelona have joined Inter in asking Lazio about €35m-rated attacking midfielder Antonio Candreva.
Liverpool are being linked with Lazio goalkeeper Federico Marchetti and Milan’s Diego Lopez.
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Lazio’s search for a new defender has moved to Marseille for Cameroon international Nicolas N’Koulou.
Italy legend Dino Zoff thought he was going to die after being hospitalised with a viral infection. “It was my most important save.”
Former Lazio captain Cristian Ledesma reveals he’ll quit Santos and is open to joining Atalanta.
The latest Lazio transfer targets in defence are Daniel Agger of Brondby and Dnipro’s Douglas.
Monaco are reportedly ready to bid €15m for Lazio’s Keita Balde Diao, with negotiations underway.
Stevan Jovetic, Adem Ljajic and Felipe Melo have reportedly been handed fines in the wake of Inter’s defeat to Lazio on Sunday.
Lazio’s Santiago Gentiletti has asked sporting director Igli Tare to send him out on loan, according to reports.
Former Roma Coach Fabio Capello says there’s ‘crazy pressure’ in Rome: “It’s very difficult to work there”.