Lazio trio Ciro Immobile, Thomas Strakosha and Lucas Leiva will have to undergo a DNA test to prove that their three negative Covid-19 test results from back in November are actually theirs, according to a report from Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today.

The report details how the Avellino Public Prosecutor’s Office wants definitive proof that the three negative tests, carried out on the 8th November ahead of the Serie A clash against Juventus, actually belong to the Lazio trio in question.


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Immobile, Strakosha and Leiva will have to undergo a DNA examination through a saliva test, which will take place between the 15th to 20th March.

After this has been carried out, prosecutor Enzo D’Onofrio will have all the necessary elements to conclude the investigation into the Biancocelesti.

The Federal Prosecutor’s Office has already referred Lazio to federal court regarding the Covid-19 testing case, with president Claudio Lotito and two club doctors set to attend hearings.


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