Lazio are looking to find new homes for three first team players as they work on their outgoing transfer market.
As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the first player on that list is Ecuadorian forward Felipe Caicedo. The striker is being targeted by Genoa, but he isn’t convinced by the destination.
There is a chance that Caicedo will stay with the club and leave on a free transfer next summer, where he could choose a new destination like the United Arab Emirates.
Genoa are also keen to sign Mohamed Fares, who is not included in coach Maurizio Sarri’s project. The player has agreed to the move and a deal could be closed on a loan with an obligation to buy set at around €6-7 million.
Denis Vavro is also likely to leave Lazio in this transfer window. Spanish side Almeria are keen on the Slovakian defender, but a move to another Italian club would allow the Roman side to take advantage of the tax benefits of the Growth Decree.