Lazio president Claudio Lotito will have a meeting with coach Maurizio Sarri to discuss the transfer market in the next few days.
As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, today is the final day of the Biancocelesti’s pre-season training camp, and they will face Dutch side FC Twente in a friendly this evening to close out the retreat.
Coach Sarri, in addition to explaining and testing his tactics on the pitch with the squad, is also in talks with the Lazio management, having specific requests to strengthen the squad.
Upon the conclusion of the training camp in Marienfeld, Sarri will meet with Lotito to discuss the transfer market, the situation and their objectives.
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The goal, above all else, is to solve their issues with the liquidity ratio. One of Felipe Caicedo, Vedat Muriqi, Denis Vavro and Patric are likely to be sold by the club this month.
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Mohamed Fares may also leave, not particularly fitting into the team’s plans. Joaquin Correa is linked with a move away as well, with Inter, Everton and Leicester City all keen.
Finally, Sarri would like the club to speed up in their work signing new reinforcements, with Bordeaux’s Toma Basic and Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic at the top of his wish list.