Lazio worked to strengthen their squad this summer, picking up multiple reinforcements whilst finding new homes for the redundant players.
The Biancocelesti took a little while to warm in the summer transfer window following the high-profile sale of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to Al-Hilal, earning €42 million from his departure.
Lazio eventually managed to welcome a number of interesting players, including Daichi Kamada, Valentin Castellanos and Nicolo Rovella.
Lazio spent around €37.2 million this summer and earnt around €48.3 million in sales.
The 2023-24 season has started in a fairly difficult fashion for Lazio, who lost their opening two matches against Lecce and Genoa. Sarri’s side are hoping to turn things around fast to start building up some momentum before the league table starts to take shape.
Lazio’s incoming transfers:
Goalkeepers: Christos Mandas (OFI Crete, definitive), Luigi Sepe (Salernitana, loan)
Defenders: Luca Pellegrini (Juventus, loan with conditional obligation clause)
Midfielders: Daichi Kamada (free agent), Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille, loan with conditional obligation), Nicolò Rovella (Juventus, loan with conditional obligation)
Forwards: Valentin Castellanos (New York City, definitive), Gustav Isaksen (Midtjylland, definitive)
Lazio’s outgoing transfers:
Goalkeepers: Luis Maximiano (Almeria, loan with obligation), Marius Adamonis (Perugia, loan), Alessio Furlanetto (Fermana, loan)
Defenders: Francesco Acerbi (Inter, definitive), Nicolò Armini (Potenza, definitive), Stefan Radu (retirement), Riza Durmisi (release)
Midfielders: Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (Al Hilal, definitive), Gonzalo Escalante (Cadiz, definitive), Jean Daniel Akpa-Akpro (Monza, loan with buy option), Marcos Antonio (loan with buy option), Andrea Marino (Foggia, loan), Marco Bertini (Spal, loan), Jony Rodriguez (released)
Forwards: Matteo Cancellieri (Empoli, loan with buy option), Luka Romero (released), Emanuele Cicerelli (Reggina, definitive), Raul Moro (Real Valladolid, loan with buy option).