Lazio president Claudio Lotito will attend a hearing with the FIGC Prosecutor’s Office on either Tuesday or Wednesday next week, according to a report from Italian newspaper Il Messaggero (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today.

The report details how the Italian football federation are still investigating the Covid-19 testing situation that thrust the Biancocelesti into the public eye earlier this season.


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The Roman club will have to clarify their position regarding the lack of written communication (despite phone calls being made) and a few particular training sessions.

Lawyer Gian Michele Gentile discussed the situation, saying:

We are also contesting a training session of Immobile who was positive in the week of the match against Juventus (8 November) and also that of Djavan Anderson, who was called up but did not play.

Settlement before a possible trial? We are still discussing it with the Prosecutor’s Office, but we believe it’s all unfounded.

Lotito will meet with the FIGC Prosecutor’s Office early next week and the situation will become clearer after then.


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