Eintracht Frankfurt and Valencia could make an offer for Lazio forward Vedat Muriqi in the coming days.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Messaggero (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the 27-year-old Kosovan forward could be sold by the Roman club this summer as they need to solve their liquidity ratio issue and unblock their incoming transfer market.

Muriqi did not have a good debut season in Italy, only scoring once in 27 Serie A appearances last season, having an expected goals stat of 4.6.


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Both Eintracht Frankfurt and Valencia are interested in acquiring the Kosovan forward and so could make an offer to Lazio in the next few days, with only a few weeks remaining in the summer transfer window.


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The 27-year-old Muriqi has scored consistently in this pre-season under coach Maurizio Sarri, but still may not have convinced the 62-year-old Italian coach of his capabilities in the 4-3-3 system, and so could be sold as the solution to the liquidity ratio.