Lazio’s work in the summer transfer window has seen the squad’s value rise to €362.6 million.

As reported by Italian stats portal Transfermarkt on Twitter last week, the Biancocelesti’s squad is worth €362.6 million, the seventh highest in Serie A. 33 players are in the squad, with the average age being 27.4 years old.

26 of the 33 players are foreign players, with the most valuable player being Sergej Milinkovic-Savic at €70 million roughly.

The club’s summer transfer window balance is only -€5.2 million, not too expensive considering that six players joined the club, for a total cost of €12.6 million.

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Lazio earnt €7.4 million from their sales this summer, with a further €34.8 million coming in the future from buy options or obligation to buy clauses attached to deals like Joaquin Correa to Inter.

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The summer’s top signing was Hellas Verona midfielder Mattia Zaccagni, who is worth around €15 million. The obligation to buy clause attached to his deal will cost the club €7 million.

The Biancocelesti’s most exciting youngster is Luka Romero, who is worth around €1 million currently. The 16-year-old Argentinian only cost €200 thousand from RCD Mallorca and plays as a trequartista.