Bologna may enter the race to sign Lazio goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha this summer, with Torino also keen.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Resto del Carlino (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the Rossoblu may be forced to sell Lukasz Skorupski this summer, with the Biancocelesti number one being lined up as a possible replacement, alongside free agent Antonio Mirante.


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Torino are also interested in signing the 26-year-old Strakosha, but only if number one Salvatore Sirigu leaves this summer.


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The Albanian goalkeeper’s contract expires with Lazio next year and the club are still hoping to secure a contract renewal but would be forced to sell him should an agreement not be reached.

Strakosha fell down the pecking order in the Biancocelesti squad this season, often losing his starting spot to veteran Pepe Reina. The 26-year-old Albanian only made nine Serie A appearances this campaign, keeping three clean sheets and conceding 14 goals.