Lazio Balance Sheet Sheds Light on Summer Transfers

Lazio have released their half-yearly financial report for the period ending 31st December 2022, shedding light on their summer transfer window.

The balance sheet, approved by the Biancocelesti management board on 30th March, shows liabilities of €21.48 million, an improvement of around €1 million compared to the last report from June 2022, when it sat at €22.3 million.

The most expensive purchase on the report (via LazioNews24) was goalkeeper Luis Maximiano, who cost €10.259 million from Granada. Behind him was Marcos Antonio with €7.59 million and third place was Nicolo Casale with €6.563 million.

Lazio paid €6.308 million for Mario Gila and €2.376 million for Ivan Provedel. Matias Vecino only cost €1.159 million in commissions and Matteo Cancellieri cost just over €6.5 million, plus a small amount in add-ons.

Regarding the outgoing market, Lazio received €8.018 million from the sale of Vedat Muriqi to RCD Mallorca and €4.230 million for Denis Vavro to FC Copenhagen. OH Leuven paid the Biancocelesti €1.6 million for Sofian Kiyine and Fabio Maistro’s move to SPAL brought in €500,000.

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