LAZIO NEWS

Lazio director Igli Tare called new Coach Simone Inzaghi “a young, courageous and very ambitious choice.”
Inter are said to be targeting cheaper Italian options for next season, such as Emanuele Giaccherini and Francesco Acerbi.
Despite Roma and Lazio ultras boycotting games all season, the authorities “will certainly not take a step back” on barriers.
Roma midfielder William Vainqueur met with the Lazio fan who racially abused him.
Lazio’s Ultras confronted the team at training, and Antonio Candreva admits “we’ve had a ridiculous season”.
Roma President James Pallotta rules out selling Miralem Pjanic - “he doesn’t want to leave, and we won’t sell him”.
Sampdoria Coach and former Roma striker Vincenzo Montella is reportedly a contender for the Lazio job.
Walter Mazzarri’s agent confirms “there is a great deal of interest,” including from the Premier League, amid Fiorentina and Galatasaray links.
Walter Mazzarri is said to be considering two very different proposals from Fiorentina and Galatasaray.
Banners have appeared in the town where Lazio are in ritiro, calling for President Claudio Lotito to leave.
Empoli President Fabrizio Corsi reveals the Tuscan side turned down January offers from Napoli and Roma for Lorenzo Tonelli.
Lazio are looking at Trabzonspor winger Yusuf Erdogan as the heir to Antonio Candreva.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito concedes “some criticism is justified,” but he is “carrying the mistakes made by others.”
New Coach Simone Inzaghi assured he is “ready” to lead Lazio and reveals how he’s been inspired by brother Pippo.
Lazio have reportedly agreed a contract with Empoli defender Lorenzo Tonelli, but are some way off a deal with his club.
Roma President James Pallotta says ‘we’ll try to finish second’ and praises the ‘great quality’ of the squad.
Delio Rossi insists Stefano Pioli is “a good Coach” but Lazio have “a different spirit” this season.
Juventus will be without Giorgio Chellini for around 20 days after his latest injury.
Roma’s Antonio Rudiger says ‘God was on our side’ against Lazio and that his understanding with Kostas Manolas is ‘better than before’.
If Palermo lose against Lazio this weekend ‘relegation will be around the corner’, warns President Maurizio Zamparini.