LAZIO NEWS

Lazio conquered Cagliari, who missed a penalty, while Sassuolo and Livorno won relegation six-pointers.
President Claudio Lotito won’t sell Lazio despite fan protests. “My objective is to win the Scudetto.”
Edy Reja insists “it isn’t over” for Lazio’s European ambitions as the team in crisis visit Cagliari on Sunday.
Edy Reja has called Joseph Minala, the youth team player who hit headlines around the world, for Lazio’s game with Cagliari.
Vladimir Petkovic said he “acted like a gentleman” after being sacked by Lazio in January, as he “did not react to the stabs.”
La Repubblica are reporting that Lazio striker Miroslav Klose has been offered a new contract at the club and is considering signing it.
Lazio are reported as ready to negotiate a deal with Udinese to try to take full ownership of Antonio Candreva.
Lazio ultras warned they won’t halt their protest against President Claudio Lotito or “compromise” with negotiations.
The changes to the Serie A fixture list up to late April have been announced, including Napoli-Lazio and Fiorentina-Roma.
Lazio’s club doctor claims striker Helder Postiga could return to training with the Biancocelesti as early as next week.
La Repubblica are today reporting that Lazio may be willing to part company with four of their first team squad in the summer.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has revealed that he will open up his cheque book in the summer, despite an uneasy relationship with the fans.
Hernanes is insistent that Inter can still claim fourth place this season, and has explained the reasons behind his move to San Siro.
Claudio Lotito has once more defended his work as Lazio President against protesting fans: “I am guilty only in having too much affection.”
10 players have received one match bans after Week 27 of Serie A action, including Mattia De Sciglio.
Edy Reja urged fans to stop abandoning Lazio, while Stefano Colantuono saw a deserved Atalanta victory.
Edy Reja warns it’s “difficult for Lazio to play in these conditions” after a defeat to Atalanta amid a fan protest.
Inter sank Torino and Parma pushed Verona aside for sixth, while Atalanta punished 10-man Lazio and Sampdoria won a six-goal thriller with Livorno.
Lazio fans will abandon the stadium today in protest, but Claudio Lotito insists “I won’t sell dreams. I have to tell the truth.”
Cristian Ledesma is out of action for Lazio’s mid-table tussle with Atalanta on Sunday.