LAZIO NEWS

Lazio have announced they have agreed contracts with both Dusan Basta and Marco Parolo.
Lazio legend Vincenzo D’Amico is confident that Marco Parolo would be a success in Rome, should his move be completed.
Ottmar Hitzfeld retired after Switzerland’s last-gasp defeat to Argentina. “I am proud of my career.”
Lazio and Nigeria midfielder Ogenyi Onazi forgave Blaise Matuidi for a horror tackle, but there are mixed reports on a fracture.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is confident the club will return to playing in Europe with the backing of Biancocelesti fans.
Reports are that Ogenyi Onazi has fractured his tibia and fibula after a tackle from Blaise Matuidi during France’s win over Nigeria yesterday.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says Marco Parolo has agreed to join the Biancocelesti and will sign for the club after a medical.
Juventus’ Paul Pogba will start in midfield as France to take on Nigeria for a place in the World Cup quarter-finals.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has looked back on his career, commenting on his spells in Switzerland, France and Italy.
Michael Ciani has conceded that this coming season could be his last with Lazio.
Serie A clubs start preseason plans from today, with Torino the earliest to report back and the rest of the League to follow shortly.
Miroslav Klose is targeting the quarters and a new World Cup scoring record, but warned Germany “can’t underestimate Algeria.”
Parma midfielder Marco Parolo admits he’s “still considering” whether to accept a Lazio move.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito has revealed that the club are set to add some ‘defining’ names to their squad this summer.
Davide Astori is expected next week to make clear to Cagliari his intentions, amid continued interest from Lazio.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito claims it is now up to Marco Parolo to decide whether or not he becomes a Biancocelesti player.
Antonio Candreva’s sister has revealed that the Lazio star is ‘sad and furious’ that Italy ‘went out and he did not play’.
Corriere di Bergamo reports that Giuseppe Biava is close to sealing a move to his boyhood club, Atalanta.
Miroslav Klose’s agent said it was “the right decision” to remain at Lazio after setting a World Cup record.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito says he is committed to taking the club back to the top and wants fans to help him achieve it.