LAZIO NEWS

Lazio dive back into European competition and give Felipe Caicedo his first start against Vitesse Arnhem.
Milan director Massimiliano Mirabelli said they “realised how not to play” against Lazio and want to “go all the way” in the Europa League.
The referees have been announced for Week 4 of Serie A, with Davide Massa taking charge of Juventus’ trip to Sassuolo.
Alessandro Costacurta believes Milan must “work on the mentality” after their defeat to Lazio.
Alessio Romagnoli assured they will “prove we deserve to represent Milan” in the Europa League against Austria Vienna.
Vincenzo Montella wants above all to “see a reaction” from Milan in the Europa League trip to Austria Vienna after their Serie A setback.
Stefan de Vrij assures “there’s no risk” of Lazio underestimating Vitesse in the Europa League tomorrow.
Simone Inzaghi hints Lucas Leiva could play at centre-back in Lazio’s Europa League opener against Vitesse.
Claudio Lotito laments “no-one spoke about Lazio’s achievement” after the 4-1 win over Milan on Sunday.
Filippo Inzaghi admits “I was split between my Milan and Simone” during Lazio’s 4-1 thrashing of the Rossoneri last weekend.
Lazio will reportedly pay another €9m for Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to revoke Genk’s entitlement to 50 percent of a future sale.
Lazio’s Luis Alberto believes “Barcelona are superior” to Juventus, but warns Paulo Dybala “has huge class”.
Lazio midfielder Marco Parolo is one of three players who will be suspended for Week 4 four of Serie A.
Atletico Madrid Coach Diego Simeone calls Roma “a great team” and remembers “with pleasure” his Lazio past.
Milan CEO Marco Fassone reiterates the goal this season is a top four finish - “we’ve always said that”.
Napoli, Inter and Juventus maintained perfect records at the top, as Dave Taylor selects his best XI from Week 3.
Vincenzo Montella admits Milan “looked really bad” against Lazio but insists their 4-1 defeat was not down to his tactics.
Hakan Calhanoglu admits he prefers to play “behind a lone striker or as a wide attacker”, despite starting his Milan career in midfield.
Gianluigi Donnarumma claims Milan’s 4-1 defeat to Lazio on Sunday “will help us grow as a team.”
Former Lazio goalkeeper Fernando Orsi feels the Biancocelesti were “extraordinary” against Milan, while Ciro Immobile was “amazing”.