LAZIO NEWS

President Claudio Lotito reportedly risks a two-month ban for his role in the case of Anne Frank, while Lazio could be forced to play behind closed doors.
Lazio striker Ciro Immobile is reportedly the subject of a mammoth €70m offer from Chinese club Shanghai SIPG.
Luis Alberto has impressed so much at Lazio that there are reports of interest from Atletico Madrid.
Bologna will be without first choice goalkeeper Antonio Mirante for two to three weeks due to a thigh strain.
Giuseppe Rossi confirms he is ready for a comeback and looking for a club in Italy, noting he’d love to play for Napoli or Milan.
ANSA reports that Lazio have been charged for two violations by the FIGC, after the anti-Semitic materials in the Curva Sud.
Paolo Valeri has been announced as the referee for Saturday’s match between Milan and Juventus.
Lazio fan Alessandro Piperno has written a powerful opinion piece on the recent anti-Semitism row surrounding the club's fans.
As Lazio players wore Anne Frank shirts to combat anti-Semitism, their fans made Fascist chants and salutes during the game with Bologna.
Sinisa Mihajlovic admitted his Torino job is in doubt after a 3-0 loss to Fiorentina and explained his Anne Frank gaffe.
Lazio dominated the first half, missed a penalty and hit the woodwork four times in an ultimately tight 2-1 win away to Bologna.
Check out all the confirmed line-ups for the eight Serie A matches kicking off this evening, including Bologna-Lazio and Fiorentina-Torino.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito caused more controversy when he said he’d visited “a mosque” rather than a synagogue to apologise for the Anne Frank stickers.
Join us for all the build-up and action from tonight’s nine Serie A games, including Genoa-Napoli, Juventus-SPAL, Chievo-Milan and Roma-Crotone.
Leaked audio reveals Lazio President Claudio Lotito sighing “let’s just get on with this charade” ahead of his visit to a Roman synagogue.
Lazio’s ultras say they are “forced to forego” tonight’s away game at Bologna after their anti-Semitism scandal.
Lazio have Jordan Lukaku back for Wednesday’s trip to Bologna in Serie A, while Stefan Radu is passed fit.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito slammed the behaviour of anti-Semitic ‘idiots’ but insisted a points deduction “would be wrong.”
Torino boss Sinisa Mihajlovic claimed not to know who Anne Frank was after Lazio ultras used her as a subject for anti-Semitic slurs.
There will be a “minute’s reflection” ahead of every Serie A match in Week 10 after Lazio ultras put up stickers depicting Anne Frank in a Roma shirt.