LAZIO NEWS

Milan avoid the big boys in the Europa League group stage, but Lazio are drawn with Nice and Atalanta must take on Everton and Olympique Lyonnais.
Milan and Lazio have been seeded in the Europa League group-stage draw, while Atalanta are in Pot 3.
Milan have reportedly agreed to meet Lazio’s asking price of €30m for winger Keita Balde Diao.
Milan and Lazio are top seeds in the Europa League group phase draw, while Atalanta are in Pot 3.
Massimiliano Irrati will take charge as Roma welcome Inter, as the Serie A Week 2 referees are announced.
Lucas Leiva is fit for Lazio’s trip to Chievo, but Felipe Anderson isn’t quite ready.
Hernanes believes Lazio have gained with Lucas Leiva replacing Lucas Biglia and confessed to his greatest football regret.
Alberto Aquilani is waiting for offers, having torn up his contract with Pescara - “I have a huge desire to get started again”.
Today is the 46th birthday of Milan legend and former Italian international Demetrio Albertini.
Tottenham Hotspur are prepared to meet Lazio’s €30m asking price for Keita Balde Diao, according to the Corriere dello Sport.
Wesley Hoedt waved goodbye after completing his transfer to Southampton. “I will always be a Lazio supporter.”
Lazio have officially sold defender Wesley Hoedt to Southampton in a deal worth a reported €17m. “It’s a good next step for me.”
Milan are not giving up on Keita Balde Diao and offer Lazio €15m plus Gabriel Paletta and M’Baye Niang, claims Il Messaggero.
General manager Giuseppe Marotta insists Juventus won’t sign Keita Balde or Patrik Schick this summer.
Verona have been fined €30,000 for chants aimed at Napoli fans, while Lazio are being investigated for alleged racist chants.
Lazio Coach Simone Inzaghi wants another two signings this summer, according to reports.
Lazio President Claudio Lotito is asked about Keita Baldé Diao and replies “the transfer market is open until August 31…”
Keita Baldé Diao has reportedly submitted a medical certificate, excusing him from Lazio training.
Leonardo Semplici has challenged SPAL to prove their doubters wrong after an impressive draw at Lazio.
Simone Inzaghi admits Lazio should have done better in their disappointing goalless draw with SPAL.