Four Lazio players are ready to move to Serie B clubs, helping lower the Biancocelesti’s wage bill.

As reported by Italian media outlet TuttoB.com earlier today, four of the redundant players are close to moves to various Serie B clubs, which is important for the Roman club as they look to lower their payroll and resolve their liquidity ratio issues.

Italian midfielder Emanuele Cicerelli is currently wanted by Parma, Cosenza and Reggina. Como are keen on Ivorian forward Cedric Gondo, who spent the last two seasons on loan at Salernitana.


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Lithuanian goalkeeper Marius Adamonis is close to completing a move to Cosenza and Argentinian defender Tiago Casasola is likely to join Frosinone soon.


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Due to the rules surrounding Salernitana’s registration to Serie A for next season, Lazio are unable to do any deals with the Campania side this summer, forcing them to find new homes for a long list of unneeded players.