LAZIO NEWS

Lazio will reportedly consider handing control of the side to Simone Inzaghi if current boss Vladimir Petkovic is sacked.
Lazio face competition from Premier League club Everton for striker Alfred Finnbogason, according to reports.
Vladimir Petkovic could be replaced by Domenico Di Carlo at Lazio, reports in the Italian Press have claimed this evening.
Giampiero Ventura celebrated his Toro century, but Vladimir Petkovic brushed off rumours.
Vladimir Petkovic feels Lazio need “to believe more” after defeat at Torino and dismissed “speculation” over his bench.
Lazio’s crisis goes from bad to worse with defeat at Torino, Verona and Cagliari dramatic comebacks, Sampdoria and Chievo revivals continue.
There are reports Milan are challenging Lazio for the signature of Murat Yakin if he leaves Basel in January.
Miroslav Klose warned Lazio fans he will probably turn down a contract extension. “I’ve received other offers.”
Miroslav Klose and Stefan Radu are out of Lazio’s difficult trip to Torino.
Vladimir Petkovic gets ready to face Torino and warns his Lazio stars that patience is up. “We have no choice but to win.”
Vladimir Petkovic is continually linked with the Switzerland job, so it’s rumoured Lazio will poach Basel boss Murat Yakin in January.
The Italian Prime Minister is flying to Warsaw, as 22 Lazio fans are still being held almost a week on from a Europa League game.
Lazio may soon be looking for a new boss as reports suggest that Vladimir Petkovic is about to announce his departure.
Lazio could be without Alvaro Gonzalez for the rest of the year after he suffered a fractured hand.
Gonzalo Higuain has underlined that winning was the only option for Napoli at Lazio on Monday night.
Lazio fans are furious after a 4-2 home defeat to Napoli, but Vladimir Petkovic insists “we deserved more tonight.”
Rafa Benitez praised Gonzalo Higuain and Goran Pandev for their tactical versatility after Napoli’s 4-2 victory away to Lazio.
Gonzalo Higuain’s brace, Goran Pandev and Jose Callejon gave Napoli a 4-2 victory away to struggling Lazio, their first here in five years.
There are still 22 Lazio fans being held in Warsaw and, after a sit-in protest, the Italian Government has demanded an explanation.
Lazio and Napoli are on the verge of a crisis and go head-to-head in the Monday night Serie A showdown.