Lazio will have to find new homes for a long list of unneeded players as they look to manage their budget effectively.

According to a report from Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the Biancocelesti will be looking for places to send their players who are returning from loan deals, an important consideration this summer.


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This includes players like Denis Vavro at Huesca, Bobby Adekanye at ADO Den Haag, Jony at Osasuna and Jordan Lukaku at Antwerp.

There are also some young hopefuls currently with Salernitana, who will likely change teams after the Campania-based side’s promotion to Serie A, as Claudio Lotito is now forced to sell the club.


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These players are Andre Anderson, Sofian Kiyine, Cristiano Lombardi, Cedric Gondo, Emanuele Cicerelli and Patryk Dziczek, some of whom will be hoping to break into the Biancocelesti squad in the pre-season training camp.

Riza Durmisi is also currently with Salernitana, and his deal is likely to be the most complex this summer. The 27-year-old Dane, who cost Lazio €7.5 million in 2018, has not managed to establish himself this campaign with the Serie B side, only making five appearances in total.