LAZIO NEWS

Juventus and Lazio hero Pavel Nedvěd now appears on a special coin in his native Czech Republic.
Roma captain Francesco Totti has joined a campaign seeking to combat “fake news”.
Argentina Coach Edgardo Bauza confirmed Paulo Dybala will try to be fit enough to face Chile, while Gonzalo Higuain “is my first choice Number 9.”
Roma director Mauro Baldissoni confirmed the barriers in the Stadio Olimpico will be removed “in a matter of days,” thus ending the ultras boycott.
It’s reported Napoli have all-but secured deals for Lazio’s Keita Baldé Diao and Franck Kessié of Atalanta.
Ciro Immobile warns Italy against underestimating Albania - “they got to the Euros, it won’t be a walk in the park”.
Reports suggest that an agreement has been reached over the controversial barriers at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
Marek Hamsik confirms Napoli want second place but “we can’t forget Lazio and Inter”.
Join us for all the build-up and action as it happens from today’s eight Serie A games, from Empoli-Napoli through Sampdoria-Juventus and Cagliari-Lazio to Roma-Sassuolo.
Simone Inzaghi admits the international break is coming at the wrong time for his Lazio team.
Lazio dominated much of the game at the Stadio Sant’Elia, but were wasteful in attack and eventually ran some risks in Cagliari.
Simone Inzaghi has 'always been confident' in Lazio's ability as they approach season-defining matches.
Claudio Lotito will become the new President of the Lega Serie B, as he’s the only candidate.
Serie A trio Kevin Strootman, Stefan de Vrij and Wesley Hoedt have been named in the Netherlands squad to face Italy on March 28.
Lazio medical staff had reassuring news for Stefan Radu, Stefan de Vrij and Lucas Biglia ahead of Sunday’s trip to Cagliari.
Marco Di Bello will take charge of Roma-Sassuolo, as the referees for Week 29 are announced.
Keita Baldé Diao’s agent has hit back at rumours the Lazio forward has demanded €6.5m per season.
Juventus, Inter and Milan are on alert after Romelu Lukaku confirmed he won’t sign a new contract with Everton.
Lazio could be without Lucas Biglia for the Cagliari game, as he won’t train today or tomorrow.
Stefan de Vrij reassures Lazio fans that scans on his right knee showed “no problems” and he’s “recovering well”.