Lazio young talents Raul Moro and Luka Romero have impressed the club’s management with their commitment and attitude.

As reported by Italian newspaper La Repubblica (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the teenage duo have won over the Biancocelesti’s staff and management with their commitment in training, their numbers, and their consistently professional attitude.


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Romero, who was signed for free from RCD Mallorca, made his debut in Saturday’s 5-2 friendly win over Triestina, with many in the dressing room impressed by his qualities. Coach Maurizio Sarri observed him closely and even reprimanded him for an unnecessary rabona.


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Moro has been in the first-team environment for some time now and his responses in this summer’s pre-season training camp in Auronzo di Cadore are exciting. 

The two players are working their way up the hierarchies at Lazio and it’s likely that the 17-year-old Moro will be part of Sarri’s squad for next season, whilst Romero may spend the year working with the Primavera squad, although first-team minutes are not off the table.