Lazio are close to agreeing to a loan deal with Eintracht Frankfurt for winger Filip Kostic.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Messaggero (via LazioNews24) earlier today, talks between the two clubs are going very well and the Biancocelesti are confident that they can close out a deal soon, on the basis of a loan with an obligation to buy clause attached.

Talks between Lazio and Eintracht Frankfurt are in the final stages now and things could be fully finalised soon, depending on the sale of Argentinian winger Joaquin Correa.

The Biancocelesti cannot officially register any new signings yet due to issues with their liquidity index, but the sale of Correa would unblock the situation, allowing them to officially sign Kostic.


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The 28-year-old Kostic made 30 Bundesliga appearances last season, for a total of 2534 minutes. In that time, he scored four goals and provided 14 assists, being one of the most creative players in the league. 


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The Serbian winger averaged 4.26 shot-creating actions per 90 minutes, 8.24 progressive carries per 90 and 4.87 progressive passes per 90.