LAZIO NEWS

Lazio striker Ciro Immobile describes Italy’s play-off with Sweden as “the most important of my career”, and assures he’s fit.
Join us for build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, including Inter-Torino, Fiorentina-Roma, Chievo-Napoli, Juventus-Benevento, Sassuolo-Milan.
Lazio’s Serie A match against Udinese has been called off at the Stadio Olimpico due to heavy rainfall.
Luigi Del Neri concedes Udinese cannot face Lazio simply aiming to defend for 90 minutes.
Simone Inzaghi is without Felipe Caicedo and possibly also Ciro Immobile against Udinese, but wants Lazio to find a 10th straight win.
Torino Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic points out Inter are “not unbeatable and I already got Luciano Spalletti fired once before.”
Italy named the squad for the World Cup play-off against Sweden, including Napoli midfielder Jorginho, Simone Zaza and Alessandro Florenzi.
Luis Alberto admits he has reached “the best moment of my career” after initially struggling at Lazio, culminating in a Spain call.
Disgraced former Juventus director Luciano Moggi praised Lazio and said current President Claudio Lotito “can be compared to me.”
Monchi insists Roma are in the Scudetto race and Italian football can be ambitious in the Champions League, but the Giallorossi “must find the grey area.”
Lazio are sweating over the fitness of Ciro Immobile, ahead of Sunday’s game with Udinese.
Lazio attacker Luis Alberto has been called up to Spain’s squad for friendlies against Costa Rica and Russia over the next fortnight.
Stefan de Vrij insists “there’s still no certainty” over a new contract, despite Lazio’s sporting director stating otherwise.
Lazio sporting director Igil Tare assures “there will be good news soon” regarding a new contract for defender Stefan de Vrij.
Simone Inzaghi said Lazio are “not a fluke” after being the only Europa League side with a 100 per cent record and sitting joint third in Serie A.
Stefan de Vrij said Lazio “always believe” they can win after beating Nice in stoppages and hinted at a contract extension.
Marco Parolo praised Lazio’s “character” after a stoppage-time win over Nice and assured they “want to go as far as possible” in the Europa League.
Lazio booked their place in the Europa League Round of 32 after Marco Parolo’s stoppage-time header went in off Nice defender Maxime Le Marchand.
Join us for all the build-up and action from the Europa League games AEK Athens-Milan, Apollon Limassol-Atalanta and Lazio-Nice.
Lazio are due to spark further controversy after again getting around a ban for Curva Nord ultras by giving them tickets to the Curva Sud.