LAZIO NEWS

It is reported that Inter would accept a bid of around €80m for defender Milan Skriniar.
Luis Alberto’s agent reveals the Spaniard was the subject of “some important offers” in January but insists he is happy at Lazio.
Simone Inzaghi affirms Lazio “want to bounce back” after successive Serie A defeats but admits “I’d have preferred to face another team”, besides Napoli.
A weekend of helter-skelter entertainment is guaranteed, as both Scudetto battlers get to face top challengers. The race for European spots is really heating up too, and this weekend brings extremely tough fixtures for the teams fighting against relegation.
Simone Inzaghi warns Felipe Anderson “needs a different attitude” after dropping him for Napoli but assures “we’ll wait for him.”
Inter are reportedly planning to replace Milan Skriniar with Lazio defender Stefan de Vrij this summer.
Felipe Anderson is reportedly considering a return to Brazil, despite Lazio’s insistence on keeping the winger.
Marcello Lippi believes Inter’s lack of ‘extraordinary’ players is catching up with them.
Elseid Hysaj won’t stop the flu ruling him out of Napoli-Lazio on Saturday. “It takes more than that to knock him out,” said his agent.
Lucas Leiva opened up about the “new opportunity” at Lazio, enjoying the Italian lifestyle, teamwork and naming his horse after Ciro Immobile.
Elseid Hysaj and Raul Albiol are in doubt for Napoli against Lazio on Saturday, but Dries Mertens is on the road to recovery.
Felipe Anderson trained alone today, according to reports, and he’s not expected to be called-up for Lazio’s trip to Napoli.
Marco Guida has been appointed as the referee for Fiorentina-Juventus, while Luca Banti takes charge of Lazio’s trip to Napoli.
Jorginho’s agent reveals he’s not in Italy to discuss a new Napoli contract but his client “is happy” and “in Manchester it rains too often”.
Ciro Immobile’s agent says the striker “would have run to Napoli if he got the call” in the past but now “I don’t think Lazio would sell him”.
Inter are reportedly keeping a close eye on Stefan de Vrij, as he still hasn’t signed his Lazio renewal.
Despite Lazio playing the incident down, it’s reported Felipe Anderson could be sold after his confrontation with Simone Inzaghi, with Inter a possible destination.
Lazio’s spokesman insists Simone Inzaghi and Felipe Anderson simply had “a civil and natural discussion” after the Genoa loss.
It’s reported Felipe Anderson and Simone Inzaghi had a furious bust-up after Lazio’s defeat to Genoa on Monday night.
Antonio Candreva admits Inter are struggling, but “fortunately our destiny remains in our hands” for a top four finish this season.