Gian Piero Gasperini, Source- bergamonews.it
Gian Piero Gasperini, Source- bergamonews.it

LAZIO TRANSFER MARKET

Simone Inzaghi, current coach of Lazio, former player for i biancocelesti and coach of the Primavera sides – he wants to stay with Lazio as he loves the colours, the fans, and the club and continue on his fantastic journey. Despite this as reported by tuttomercatoweb.com, Lotito and Tare still need to be cautious.

In the event that the irreparable event should happen, the name identified to replace Mister Simone Inzaghi, would be that of Giampiero Gasperini who is doing so well with his Atalanta squad this season.

Simone Inzaghi of Lazio
Simone Inzaghi of Lazio

However, it remains very difficult for Simone Inzaghi to leave Lazio, who in the mean time already is thinking about the future. With Tare and Lotito’s help, he has added a totally new name to his Lazio transfer market list – the Lazio transfer market moves.

 

UDINESE’S ANTONIN BARAK, BRAZILIAN MATEUS VITAL

Recent news links the Biancocelesti to Antonin Barak, a real jewel of Udinese. Arriving in summer from Slavia Prague, in his first season in Italy he has put together 6 goals and 3 assists. In all likelihood he will leave the Friuli no matter what as there are several clubs that are following him and his performances – among them is Inzaghi.

Antonin Barak, Source- Tuttosport
Antonin Barak, Source- Tuttosport

While Tare does not stop his scouting, he thinks of yet another name coming from afar.

Now on Tare’s notebook is also Mateus Vital: Brazilian playmaker class of 1998. He is now playing with Corinthians and is creating real havoc with spectacular performances. His attorney is the same as Rodrigo Caio (a previous Lazio target over the past summer transfer window), but unlike what happened then, this time the deal would most likely go through.

Mateus Vital, Source- Divulgação
Mateus Vital, Source- Divulgação

 

ROBERT ACQUAFRESCA

Meanwhile there are those who repent to not have accepted the offer from Lazio – we are talking about Robert Acquafresca, who to Radio Incontro Olympia confesses: “The Biancocelesti had come forward, but there were also Napoli and Monaco at the time. I was very close to Milan as well.  look back with pride, I have always made good choices. When I was close to Lazio I came from a difficult period, I wanted to play a lot after the injury. The opportunity has not returned and I regretted having refused the biancocelesti. This reasoning with the head now, which would allow me to evaluate many things “.

Robert Acquafresca, Source- Sardegna Sport
Robert Acquafresca, Source- Sardegna Sport