Ahead of the new season, Football Italia continues our look at the shirts which will be gracing Serie A in 2017-18, and there are some big names in part three…
Stefan de Vrij is a target for Juventus, but it’s reported he is also considering a new contract with Lazio.
Ahead of this weekend’s Serie A kick-off, Football Italia looks at the crucial fixtures for each side, and it’s a big season for Roma.
Former striker Roberto Pruzzo believes Lazio deserved the Italian Super Cup, but Juventus Coach Max Allegri “made debatable decisions.”
Keita Baldé Diao’s agent hits back at Lazio - “clearly the club doesn’t intend to invest in the player”.
Paulo Dybala warns Juventus lacked their usual “will to win” against Lazio - “we had a day off we didn’t deserve”.
President Claudio Lotito asks “why is it madness?” to think Lazio can win the Scudetto.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito confirms Keita Baldé Diao “has always said no” to offers other than Juventus.
The agent of Milan defender Gabriel Paletta confirms “we’ve talked to Lazio” but negotiations aren’t very far advanced.
Ahead of the new campaign, Football Italia's team of writers explain the ins and outs of all 20 Serie A sides and who to watch out for, before predicting the possible outcomes in what's set to be an exciting season.
Lazio are reportedly demanding €50m for Keita Balde Diao and Stefan de Vrij ahead of a meeting with Juventus this week.
Lazio say Keita Balde Diao will only leave if they receive “an offer that we deem acceptable” but insist “we haven’t talked to Juventus”.
Gonzalo Higuain has apologised to Juventus fans after Sunday’s 3-2 defeat to Lazio in the Supercoppa.
Claudio Lotito felt Lazio “won back our entire fan base” after their dramatic victory over Juventus in the Supercoppa on Sunday.
Ciro Immobile admits he cried at the final whistle of Lazio’s dramatic 3-2 Super Cup win over Juventus. “This team gave absolutely everything.”
Paulo Dybala lambasted the Juventus attitude after a 3-2 Italian Super Cup defeat to Lazio, calling it “a small-team mentality.”
A genuine team effort, Lazio fully deserved their Italian Super Cup triumph over Juventus, with Ciro Immobile their leader in attack.
Paulo Dybala proved he really can't do it on his own, while Juan Cuadrado and Medhi Benatia made a mockery of Max Allegri's team selection.
Simone Inzaghi reveals Lazio “worked since July 4 because we wanted revenge for the Coppa Italia Final defeat” after beating Juventus 3-2 for the Super Cup.
Max Allegri admits Juventus put in “an ugly performance and Lazio deserved” to win the Italian Super Cup after a 3-2 thriller.