Simone Inzaghi welcomes Martin Caceres to the Lazio squad and hopes they can “end the taboo” against Chievo tomorrow.
The FIGC’s prosecutor has asked for Lazio to be given a two-match stadium ban and €50,000 fine for their role in the Anne Frank picture controversy.
Senad Lulic asked for a delayed birthday present from Lazio. “I would like to be without injuries and to reach May 20 in a good position.”
Davide Massa has been announced as the referee for this Sunday’s clash between Inter and Roma.
UEFA’s European Club Footballing Landscape report lays bare Serie A’s issues with stadiums, with a 3 per cent drop in gate receipts.
New Lazio signing Martin Caceres believes signing for the Aquile was his destiny, and sees this as a chance to “relaunch” his career.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is blunt when asked how much Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is worth - “I don’t care, he’s not for sale!”
Stefan de Vrij is expected to sign a new contract with Lazio by the end of this week, with a €25m release clause.
Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi is ‘against’ video assistant referees but accepts “it’s right to go on with them because they can bring about benefits.”
Benevento have agreed terms with Lazio for defender Mauricio and are just waiting for the player’s all-clear.
Claudio Lotito has decided not to put himself forward for FIGC President, so there are three candidates in the January 29 election.
Genoa patron Enrico Preziosi reveals Juventus, Torino, Roma, Fiorentina and Sassuolo are against Claudio Lotito as FIGC President.
Torino patron Urbano Cairo admits he “could’ve fired Sinisa Mihajlovic earlier” and sees “confusion” in the race for a new FIGC President.
Lazio director of sport Igli Tare said Stefan de Vrij is increasingly likely to remain. His heart beats for Lazio and I hope in the end he’ll stay.”
Genoa President Enrico Preziosi explains why he and another 11 Serie A clubs are backing Claudio Lotito for the FIGC Presidency.
FIGC Presidential candidate Damiano Tommasi warns giving the role to Lazio chief Claudio Lotito “is not the response we need to Italy-Sweden.”
Lazio patron Claudio Lotito insists he has “12 clubs behind me” to become the new President of the FIGC. “I have the majority.”
It’s reported that 11 Serie A clubs will support Claudio Lotito to run for the Presidency of the FIGC.
Stefan de Vrij could snub Inter, Juventus and Manchester United by signing a new contract with Lazio on Monday.
Zinedine Zidane, Simone Inzaghi and Roberto Mancini are all candidates for Juventus should Max Allegri move on next season.