Lazio president Claudio Lotito may solve the club’s issues with the liquidity ratio through a shareholders loan.
As explained by Biancocelesti fan and economics expert LeastSquares on Twitter earlier today, the Biancocelesti president is looking for a way to unblock the club’s liquidity ratio, which is currently blocking them from making any new signings or registering contract renewals.
One way to solve this issue would be to sell a player, like Argentinian forward Joaquin Correa, but this may not happen in time for the Roman club to finalise their transfer market goals.
As such, president Lotito may decide to inject capital into Lazio through a shareholders loan. He would do this by giving the club a loan from Lazio Events SRL, his holding company for the team. Lazio Events, however, would have to borrow this money from a bank first, so it’s not technically Lotito’s own money.
The Lazio president is not famous for heavily investing his own funds into the club, although he has done an incredible job managing the club’s debt situation during his time in charge.