Lazio are again being linked with Marco Parolo of Cesena as they push to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
The capital outfit were one of numerous sides who made a bid for the Italian international over the summer months.
Parolo, though, remained at the Stadio Manuzzi despite interest from the likes of Fiorentina and Palermo too.
According to reports in Italy, Lazio are ready to tempt struggling Cesena into a sale by handing over cash and a player in return.
The Biancocelesti, currently joint top with Udinese, are prepared to offer Cesena the services of striker Libor Kozak.
The latter, 22, has made just two Serie A appearances so far this term for a total of only 34 minutes.
The Czech forward scored six goals in 19 top-flight matches last term.
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