Lazio Offered Salernitana Striker and Freiburg Winger

Lazio have routinely sought a striker that could adequately deputize Ciro Immobile, as they had to adapt Felipe Anderson to the role when the star was unavailable. However, at this stage, they aren’t contemplating any addition since they have little financial room, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The Biancocelesti could open up some through departures, but they need multiple outcasts to leave. Dimitrije Kamenovic is close to Sparta Prague, but he earns just €300k. They are looking for a new home for Mohamed Fares as well, whose salary amounts to €1.2M annually.

Lazio have been offered Salernitana striker Federico Bonazzoli and Freiburg’s winger Rolland Sallai. As things stand, those investments would be too large for them. The Granata marksman earn €1.5M per year, plus they’d have to agree on the fee. They like the Hungarian international, but he’s more of a summer target.

Former super-sub Felipe Caicedo forwarded his candidacy speaking to Radiosei.

“I miss Lazio, my teammates, and the city. It’s my favorite team and my home. I wish to return, and I’m fine physically.”

The 34-year-old signed with Saudi club Abha last August.

Our Take on Lazio and the Search for a Backup Striker

Getting eliminated from Europa League de-emphasizes the need. They will likely put little effort into Conference League, keeping Immobile fresh for Serie A games. On the other hand, such role would be apt for Bonazzoli, who’s electric in short spurts, but he’s not a consistent enough scorer to lead an attack, and he’s quite expensive for a minnow. He could have a long career with such duties. He might be the most realistic option among those attached to them in previous weeks.

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