LAZIO NEWS

Lazio are rocked by the news Miroslav Klose is likely to miss Saturday’s trip to Napoli.
Federico Marchetti is happy to be a Serie A protagonist again after Lazio saved his career during the summer.
Lazio will be without defender Andre Dias for Saturday’s clash with Napoli, confirmed medical staff.
Aurelio De Laurentiis warns Napoli to put Manchester City out of their minds “until Sunday,” as they must focus on Lazio first.
Lazio are monitoring Lukas Podolski as he edges closer to the end of his contract with German club FC Koln.
Lazio striker Djibril Cisse says he’ll play in France again – but only if one of two clubs make a bid for him.
Lazio are again being linked with Marco Parolo of Cesena as they push to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Fernando Muslera returns to the Stadio Olimpico on Tuesday as Uruguay face Italy. “It’s so emotional to be back there.”
Hernanes is relishing international duty with Brazil, though he warns Serie A that “Lazio are in the Scudetto race.”
Javier Saviola’s agent confirms “it all depends on Benfica,” as reports of a Lazio move continue to circulate.
Lazio have received a boost with the news that Francesco Matuzalem has fully recovered from injury.
Lazio signed “one of the best 10 strikers in circulation” when they netted Miroslav Klose, says Oliver Bierhoff.
Milan transfer guru Ariedo Braida has revealed why his club opted against signing new Lazio ace Miroslav Klose in the summer.
Lazio are showing an interest in Javier Saviola given that he could leave Benfica on a free transfer at the end of the season.
The Naples Tribunal has ruled Luciano Moggi is guilty of sporting fraud and condemned to five years and four months.
Mauro Zarate has confirmed that he joined Inter in the summer because of a breakdown in his relationship with Lazio boss Edy Reja.
Former Roma striker Rudi Voller is unsurprised by how well Miroslav Klose has settled into his new life at Lazio.
Edy Reja has criticised the Italian League for only helping teams in the Champions League with fixture congestion.
From his hospital bed in Munich, Stefano Mauri has congratulated his Lazio teammates for topping the table.
Edy Reja is enjoying the view from the top of the table, as Lazio “have gone beyond our rosiest expectations.”