LAZIO NEWS

Lazio hitman Miroslav Klose hopes he’ll be picked to face Italy in tomorrow’s Euro 2012 semi-final, especially as he remembers Germany’s 2006 defeat.
Palermo Vice-President Guglielmo Micciche has reiterated Maurizio Zamparini’s stance on Federico Balzaretti, adding also that the player wants to stay.
Lazio are reportedly down to details in their negotiations with Trabzonspor talent Burak Yilmaz for €5m.
Newly-retired Massimo Oddo is already contemplating on the ways in which he can return to the game, with three options suggested.
Yet to meet his new Lazio Coach, Cristian Ledesma admits he is intrigued by Vladimir Petkovic, and promises to show him full dedication.
Juan Pablo Carrizo’s agent has confirmed that the Lazio-owned goalkeeper is unlikely to return to Catania for next season.
Ederson has moved a step closer to joining Lazio on a free transfer after he flew into Rome this afternoon.
Turkish side Trabzonspor have announced that Lazio, Fulham and Tottenham made official bids for striker Burak Yilmaz.
Juventus are shopping at Euro 2012 and entering a bidding war with Lazio over Polish international Jakub Blaszczykowski.
Mauro Zarate’s agent says his client was forced out of Lazio last summer by Edy Reja, something that the Coach has angrily denied.
Mauro Zarate’s agent reveals Lazio have received an “unofficial proposal from Malaga worth €12m and he’ll probably end up in Spain.”
Lazio director of sport Igli Tare confirms “Ederson will be playing with Lazio next season,” but rules out a bid for Juventus outcast Milos Krasic.
The new Lazio shirt will be inscribed with a motto – ‘The first team of the capital city’ – reports suggest.
Former Lazio captain Giuliano Giannichedda is surprised with the club’s decision to appoint Vladimir Petkovic as Coach.
New Lazio Coach Vladimir Petkovic is reportedly interested in bringing Juventus’ forgotten winger Milos Krasic to the capital.
Ederson has agreed to sign for Lazio, says his agent, with only a few minor issues to iron out and a passport application standing in the way.
Lazio director of sport Igli Tare has silenced reports of Barcelona’s interest in Miroslav Klose. “He is not for sale.”
Argentine striker Maxi Lopez has admitted he would be interested in a move to Napoli, as he confirms the only certainty at the moment is his leaving Catania.
Italy left-back Federico Balzaretti has admitted that he doesn’t know if he will remain at Palermo for next season.
Lazio have distanced themselves from reports that they have already discussed personal terms with Trabzonspor’s Burak Yilmaz.