Lazio are looking for a new goalkeeper this summer, with a list of possible options already being identified by the Biancocelesti, according to a report from Italian newspaper Il Tempo (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today.

The report details how Albanian shot-stopper Thomas Strakosha has hardly featured this campaign for the Roman club, with Spanish veteran Pepe Reina often taking the starting spot.

Chances are high that Strakosha will leave the club in the upcoming summer transfer window, and so Lazio are looking for a replacement for the 25-year-old Albanian.

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In Italy, the Biancocelesti are considering Benevento’s Lorenzo Montipò and Salernitana’s Alessandro Micai, as well as Torino’s Vanja Milinkovic-Savic, the 23-year-old brother of Lazio midfielder Sergej.

Looking abroad, other options include Shakhtar Donetsk’s Anatoliy Trubin and Celtic’s Vincent Angelini.

Finally, Lazio are also closely following the progress of 18-year-old Brazilian shot-stopper Gabriel Pereira, who is currently on loan with the Primavera squad from Monaco.

The Brazilian teenager made his debut with the Primavera squad on Wednesday this week and has already been called up by Brazil’s youth teams several times.

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