Lazio are close to reaching an agreement worth €4 million per season with English luxury sportswear company Castore Sportswear to replace Macron as their kit manufacturers, according to a report from Italian media outlet Calcio e Finanza earlier today.

The report details how the Biancocelesti are looking to upgrade from their current deal with Macron, which expires at the end of next season and is worth around €3.3 million per season.


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Castore Sportswear were founded in 2016 by brothers Tom and Phil Behaon, who both have a background in athletics.

The company already works with Scottish side Rangers and have reportedly reached an agreement to provide the kits for Newcastle from next season onwards.

They aim to produce high quality and technically superior products using top of the line fabrics and advanced technological research.


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Their vision is that very high prices will push the consumer to purchase less often but receive an item of higher quality, with a five-year warranty offered.

Castore Sportswear is an almost exclusively online business as well, with only two physical shops in London and Liverpool.