Lazio new boy Moritz Leitner says he is keen to put his troubled past behind him and “show all my qualities” as Jurgen Klopp “taught me so much”.
Luis Alberto assures “it’s not a problem for me to replace Antonio Candreva” after being unveiled as a Lazio player on Friday.
Lazio legend Bruno Giordano maintains Ciro Immobile is “the best Italian striker there is right now and I see aspects of myself in him.”
QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has revealed that his club are “open” to the idea of Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison returning to Loftus Road.
Max Allegri is the highest-paid Coach in Serie A, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, but Napoli’s Maurizio Sarri ranks only seventh.
Lazio new boy Ciro Immobile has hinted his desire for “beautiful attacker” Keita Balde Diao to stay put.
Milan have reportedly made Rodrigo Caio and Lucas Biglia their top targets for the January transfer window.
Genoa striker Leonardo Pavoletti confirms he turned down “twice the money” to stay with the Grifone.
Roberto Mancini has “no regrets” about returning to Inter, but warns “Juventus are on a different planet”.
Former Milan Coach Filippo Inzaghi claims 'there is no Juventus challenger', but wishes luck to Lazio and Milan.
Alessandro Florenzi joked with Ciro Immobile on Instagram: 'You're forgiven because of the goal!'
Lazio and Keita Balde Diao will sign a temporary contract ahead of a move in January.
Ciro Immobile reveals Giampiero Ventura “predicted” his goal against Israel and owes the Italy Coach a great deal.
Italy worked harder than expected for a 3-1 victory in Israel after Giorgio Chiellini saw red in their first 2018 World Cup qualifier.
Italy and Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo told future players that “the word of the Coach is the law.”
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is pleased about his move to Italy: 'I learnt a lot, and Lazio was the right choice'.
Argentina international Lucas Biglia is expected to sign a new Lazio contract to 2021 for almost €3m per year.
Luis Alberto scored a brace on his debut as Lazio ran out 15-0 winners against a local side.
Carlo Ancelotti admits he could “never train Atletico Madrid or Barcelona, any more than I could train Inter or Lazio.”
Lazio president Claudio Lotito jabs at his city cousins: 'We're better than Roma and financially healthier'.