LAZIO NEWS

Former Brazil striker Ronaldo says it is inevitable his all-time World Cup goal-scoring record will be broken one day.
Feyenoord defender Stefan De Vrij has refused to comment on a rumoured move to Lazio.
Edy Reja has confirmed to friends he will leave Lazio after just five months in charge of the capital club, reports suggest.
Lazio Coach Edy Reja says he will meet with President Claudio Lotito over the coming days to resolve his future.
Massimiliano Allegri has been contacted by three clubs with possible jobs offers, the Gazzetta dello Sport claim.
Edy Reja is all-but set to leave Lazio with Simone Inzaghi in pole to take over in the capital, reports claim.
Udinese Executive President Franco Soldati has claimed that no decision has been made regarding a new Coach.
Stefano Mauri has signed a one-year contract extension with Lazio, it has been confirmed.
Claudio Lotito has made clear that ‘Antonio Candreva does not move from Lazio’, as he denies links with Napoli.
Confusion surrounds Udinese, as Gigi Del Neri’s expected arrival as Coach looks to have fallen through.
Former Lazio defender Giuseppe Biava says he wants to go into coaching once his playing days come to an end.
Shkodran Mustafi has reflected on the ‘dream’ it is to be training with Germany and jokes that Miroslav Klose has already had him sign for Lazio.
Lazio will reportedly stipulate two requirements for Edy Reja to continue as Coach, or likely bring in Simone Inzaghi as his replacement.
Ibrahima Mbaye’s agent has conceded that his client would be interested in a move to Lazio.
The FIGC have confirmed that Lazio midfielder Joseph Minala is 17, and not 42-years-old.
Former Lazio and Inter striker Mauro Zarate has officially signed for West Ham on a three-year deal.
German youngster Kevin Volland has praised strike partner Miroslav Klose, calling the Lazio forward ‘a huge role model’.
Udinese are reported as having reached agreement for Luigi Del Neri to be their next Coach, and an announcement could arrive shortly.
Sampdoria have confirmed that Sinisa Mihajlovic will stay on as Coach for the 2014/15 season.
Giuseppe Biava has revealed he chose to leave Lazio for personal reasons and now dreams of joining Atalanta.