Another arrival inbound for Lazio. According to Italian Newspaper Il Messaggero, the latest footballer to agree to a deal is that of Wesley Moraes, the Brazilian striker of Club Brugge in Belgium that few know of, but that Simone Inzaghi and the Biancoceleste have a strong appreciation for.
Thanks to his arrival, the coach has now has his back-up striker to Ciro Immobile that he has long waited for after the upsets of both Felipe Caicedo and Nani. Lazio have not been afraid to show their interest in securing the player, as the negotiations have been ongoing for just over 3 weeks.
For the Brazilian, the biancocelesti will pay a fee of more than 10 million euros. The deal is nearing completion, with the player who should be landing in the Capital by Tuesday, carry out medical visits on Wednesday with Francesco Acerbi, and pen a five-year contract at about one million euros per season. Lotito still awaits the final approval from Club Brugge on the proposal of 11 million euros plus 2 bonuses, but Wesley is more than likely to be joining the Laziali very shortly.
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