Lazio Not Currently in Serious Talks for Any Left-Back

Lazio are unlikely to complete their window with a left-back. They tried to go after high-profile names, especially Emerson Palmieri and Sergio Reguilon, but they struck out. They didn’t have a lot to spend for their ninth purchase of the summer, Cremonese's Emanuele Valeri might be the only viable target.
Inter considered partying ways with Robin Gosens, but they are now set to keep him in January, giving him another chance to prove his worth.

Gosens to Leverkusen Could Open Inter Door for Stuttgart Wingback

Inter wingback Robin Gosens is reportedly up for grabs, with the Nerazzurri open to sending him out on loan with an obligation to redeem his services. Bayer Leverkusen are frontrunners for the German’s signature. He has not been able to etch a starting place under Simone Inzaghi due to recurring injuries.
Lotito wants to offer Sergio Reguilon to Sarri after Acerbi's exit. The Tottenham outcast is linked to Lazio for the first time.

Lazio Eye Tottenham Outcast as Acerbi Nears Departure

With Francesco Acerbi nearing a loan move to Inter, Lazio will have room to fit another relatively large salary into their payroll, and they are plotting to use it to sign a left-back, with Sergio Reguilon emerging as a concrete option in the last few days. He's reportedly atop president Claudio Lotito’s wishlist.
Emerson, Roma

Roma Seeking New Left-Back, Real Madrid and Chelsea Players Linked

Leonardo Spinazzola will miss the first chunk of the season due to an Achilles tear, leaving Roma without their starting left-back. The Giallorossi have begun looking for a replacement and are eyeing multiple candidates. The most expensive ones are Chelsea's Emerson and Marcos Alonso, while Marcelo is a far-fetched option, despite Mourinho's intervention. Dimarco, Biraghi and Dijks have also been short-listed and are easier to obtain.
Hakimi, Inter, Chelsea

Chelsea Jump Ahead of PSG in Race for Inter Star with Improved Bid

Chelsea currently have more chances to land Achraf Hakimi than PSG. The Nerazzurri are evaluating partial swaps and are high on Marcos Alonso, whom they like more than other players that could be inserted in the package. The Italian club turned down €60M bids and is trying cash in as much as possible from his sale as they want to lose just one of their linchpins this summer. The deal will likely be completed before June 30th.