LAZIO NEWS

Radja Nainggolan hopes to entertain the fans this weekend when Roma play Lazio in the derby.
Dodo has mused on how a win against Lazio in the Rome derby could give Roma the boost in confidence for the second part of the season.
Lazio starlet Keita Balde Diao has rejected a call from Senegal, as he would prefer to play for Spain.
New Inter signing Hernanes has said that he will look to fellow Brazilian Ronaldo as a source of inspiration as he begins life at the San Siro.
Corriere dello Sport are reporting that veteran striker Miroslav Klose could yet remain at Lazio beyond the end of the current campaign.
Jonathan Biabiany has officially extended his contract with Parma, ending links with Milan, Lazio and Guangzhou Evergrande.
Parma director Pietro Leonardi has claimed that the club are ‘proud and happy’ to have kept hold of Jonathan Biabiany.
With Marco Branca set to leave Inter within days, reports this afternoon suggest that the Nerazzurri could go for Igli Tare.
Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia “received offers” in January, revealed his agent. “We haven’t seen anything yet.”
Lazio’s increasingly rated forward Keita Balde is reportedly in line for contract renewal talks come the end of the season.
Hernanes has reiterated that he left Lazio for Inter out of the hope that he can move closer to ‘realising his dreams of success’.
Roma’s match with Parma has been rearranged for April 2 or April 9, depending on how Lazio get on in the Europa League.
Lazio have revealed their 25-man squad for the latter stages of this season’s Europa League.
The agent of Lazio playmaker Keita Balde Diao has tried to take the pressure off of his client by insisting that he is not a replacement for Hernanes.
Lazio boss Edy Reja today praised his players’ attitude and growth in the wake of their 2-0 away win over Chievo.
Claudio Lotito has reiterated that Hernanes wanted to leave for Inter, and that his sale has been to Lazio’s benefit.
Parma CEO Pietro Leonardi has hinted at plans to hand Jonathan Biabiany a new contract, as he muses on the postponed game at Roma yesterday.
Eugenio Corini rues Chievo's start and Edy Reja praises the Lazio performance.
Edy Reja said Lazio “answered critics” after a 2-0 win at Chievo, reiterated players turned them down and Hernanes “didn’t tell the whole truth.”
Error-prone Napoli were crushed by Atalanta, Lazio sank Chievo, Verona ruined Alberto Malesani’s Sassuolo debut and Catania-Livorno was a six-goal thriller.