Lazio Keeping Tabs on Four Salernitana Players Among Other Transfer Targets

Lazio Sporting Director Angelo Mariano Fabiani is reportedly preparing an onslaught on his former employer Salernitana, reports Corriere dello Sport.

The Biancocelesti official is reportedly monitoring four different profiles who currently ply their trade at the Arecchi Stadium. With the Granata already relegated to Serie B, we can expect an exodus out of Salerno this Summer, and Lazio will be hoping to poach some of the departing players at affordable prices.

Salernitana Transfer Targets

The first name on the list is Boulaye Dia. The 27-year-old was exceptional last term, but is enduring a torrid campaign. Yet, the Senegalese striker remains an interesting profile for Lazio.

Fabiani would also like to snatch Loum Tchaouna who has been one of the most impressive players at Salernitana this season. The 20-year-old is a French player who mostly plays on the wing.

Then we have Lorenzo Pirola, the captain of the Italy U21 side. The 22-year-old defender is also heading towards the exit door.

The latest name to land on Lazio’s shortlist is Lassana Coulibaly. The 28-year-old midfielder is an old pupil of Fabiani.

Other Transfer Targets

Aside from the Salernitana contingent, the Roman newspaper mentions other profiles, starting with Union Berlin left wingback Robin Gosens. The former Atalanta and Inter man could be enticed by a return to Serie A.

On the opposite wing, Atalanta’s Emil Holm emerged as a transfer target. La Dea have an option to buy the Swedish wingback from Spezia for €8.5 million, but he could decide to leave after failing to cement a starting role at Gian Piero Gasperini’s court.

The source also mentions 20-year-old Hellas Verona defender Diego Coppola (who previously played under Igor Tudor), as well as LASK’s promising striker Marin Ljubicic.

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