Lazio president Claudio Lotito may take out a loan for the club after the Ferragosto holiday.

As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere di Roma (via TuttoMercatoWeb) earlier today, the Biancocelesti still cannot register their new signings nor make new ones due to the limits imposed by the liquidity index, and president Lotito has a plan to resolve the issue soon.

Lotito is planning to take out a loan from a bank through his holding company Lazio Events srl, which he would then inject into the club, unblocking the liquidity ratio and allowing incoming transfer market activity.


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The Lazio president is set to carry out this plan immediately after the Ferragosto holiday, which takes place on Sunday 15th August.


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There are other ways to unblock the liquidity ratio, like the sale of Joaquin Correa or finding new homes for the variety of redundant players, but these may come too late in the month, stopping the club from signing their targets.