Official: Lazio’s Incoming Transfer Market Is No Longer Blocked by the Liquidity Ratio

Lazio have officially announced that they have resolved their issue with the liquidity ratio, allowing them to make new signings.

As seen in an official statement released by Lazio earlier today, the Biancocelesti are no longer blocked by the Italian football federation’s Covisoc rules, and so can now begin making active moves on the transfer market again.

Below is the official statement in full:

We inform you that today Covisoc has revoked the decision not to accept the operations of acquisition of the right to the services of players.

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This statement means that Lazio’s issue with the liquidity ratio is no more – the club can register their new signings, namely Elseid Hysaj, Felipe Anderson, Dimitrije Kamenovic and Luka Romero, as well as make any new deals, like acquiring Pedro on a free transfer from rivals Roma.

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The Biancocelesti have been working to sign Bordeaux midfielder Toma Basic for some time now and can finally look to close out the deal. The Roman club are also keen to acquire Serbian winger Filip Kostic from Eintracht Frankfurt and may finalise that deal over the next few days as well.

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