Lazio have reportedly rejected €105m worth of bids for Lucas Biglia, Felipe Anderson, Stefan De Vrij and Marco Parolo this summer.
The Biancoceleste’s signing policy has focused on young players and minimal spending so far, with Wesley Hoedt, Ravel Morrison, Patric and Ricardo Kishna coming through the door.
However, Corriere della Sera believes that Aquile President Claudio Lotito has resisted the temptation to cash in on his stars of last season.
The newspaper reports that Lazio have turned down two €25m bids, one from Manchester United for De Vrij and another from Real Madrid for Biglia, who was announced as club captain yesterday.
United reportedly also bid €35m for Brazilian winger Anderson, which was believed to be matched by Bayern Munich.
Finally, the report says a €20m offer for Marco Parolo from Milan was rejected after Rossoneri Vice-President Adriano Galliani contacted Lotito by phone to suggest a deal.