Lazio could look to Turkey boss Fatih Terim as their Coach for next season, according to Il Tempo newspaper.
The Rome-based publication suggests Terim could be prepared to have a third stab at Serie A football after spells at Fiorentina and Milan.
The 62-year-old tactician was at Fiorentina from July 2000 to February 2001, fired after a row with then-patron Vittorio Cecchi-Gori.
He then had an even shorter experience at Milan from July to November 2001, eventually sacked to make way for Carlo Ancelotti.
He returned to Galatasaray and is currently the manager of the Turkey national team.
It’s reported Lazio would offer a two-year contract, as Simone Inzaghi won’t be retained after his caretaker role.