Four first team Lazio players are close to leaving the Biancocelesti this month.

As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the Roman club are working out on their outgoing transfer market, as selling players is one of the ways that they could unblock their liquidity ratio, allowing them to make new signings. 

The four Lazio players on the verge of leaving the club are Denis Vavro, Mohamed Fares, Jony and Felipe Caicedo.

For the Slovakian defender, there are some possible loan offers from Spain. Last campaign, Vavro spent the season on loan with Huesca. 


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Some Serie A clubs are interested in Fares, but nothing concrete has arrived yet and so it’s still uncertain what his future holds.

Jony is also looking for a new home, not being a part of coach Maurizio Sarri’s plans for this season. He spent last season in Spain as well, making 22 appearances for Osasuna.


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Finally, Caicedo could be sold as Sarri has decided that Vedat Muriqi will be the primary backup for Ciro Immobile. There is even a chance that the Ecuadorian striker could be released from his contract, allowing him to sign for a new club as a free agent.