Fernando Muslera will leave Lazio after contract talks between the player and the club broke down.
The Uruguayan has been looking for a new improved deal from the capital city giants, but negotiations have collapsed.
"Muslera will no longer be the Lazio goalkeeper," former Napoli and Juve striker Daniel Fonseca told La Repubblica.
"If President Claudio Lotito now doesn't find a solution for him then he will leave in 2012, at the end of his contract, on a free transfer."
The World Cup 2010 shot-stopper, who will be 25 later this month, joined the Biancocelesti in 2007 from Nacional.
It's understood that Muslera was looking for a pay increase on the €1.4m a campaign he currently nets. He is presently the club's third highest earner.
Muslera's future may now be outside of Italy as he has admirers in Spain, Turkey and England.
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