Lazio’s Lotito Uninvolved With Sale of Salernitana: “I’m Independent, I’m Outside”

By Apollo Heyes -

Lazio president Claudio Lotito has confirmed that he’s not involved in the sale of Salernitana.

Speaking at the end of the league meeting held in Milan yesterday (via LazioNews24), the Biancocelesti president touched on the fact that no buyer has been found yet for the Campania based side.

You have to ask those who govern Salernitana.

Am I worried? It’s not a question of being worried.

I’m independent, I’m outside, I don’t have any power.

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Salernitana has not yet found a buyer for the club, despite the fact that the deadline is fast approaching.

If the Campania side does not find a buyer by the end of this month, they risk being excluded from the league.

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Lotito has owned Salernitana for around 10 years now but he was forced to hand over control to a trust, as the rules state that the Lazio president is not allowed to own two clubs in the same division.

The team have had a disastrous first half of the season, only picking up two wins out of 17 games so far. They have drawn only twice as well, meaning that they’ve picked up eight points so far this campaign.

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