Lazio’s top option to strengthen the left wing-back role in next month’s transfer window is Lille full-back Domagoj Bradaric, according to a report from Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today.

The report details how the Biancocelesti are planning to strengthen their left wing-back role due to the serious injury to Bosnian captain Senad Lulic, who has been absent almost a year due to an ankle injury.

The first transaction that’ll take place next month will be the sale of defender Denis Vavro to Genoa, on a loan deal with a buy option worth €15 million attached.

After that, Lazio would look to sign the 21-year-old Bradaric, the report continues.

The Croatian left back, who is contracted to Lille until 2024, was previously a consistent starter for the French side, before losing his spot in the starting 11 to Reinildo Mandava.

Bradaric is worth around €15 million and could be signed on a six-month loan deal. Due to his age, he also would not occupy a spot in the Serie A squad registration list.


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