On the eleventh day of the summer transfer window, here are officially done deals as of July 11th, 2022. Andreas Pereira The Brazilian journey at Manchester United has come to an end today following his permanent transfer move to Premier League returnee Fulham after a season-long spell at native country's top-flight side Flamengo last season.
There are three official agreements. An Italian journalist by the name of Gianluca Di Marzio believes that Lazio and Matias Vecino of Uruguay have come to an agreement over a free transfer of the player. He has been on Lazio's list for a very long time, and today they have finally signed him on a permanent deal.
Arsenal began with great force in this summer transfer market, closing several interesting incorporations with which to give a new impetus to this project whose great objective must be to return to the Champions League. The London team has continued to assess different objectives. Among them a player who now returns to the agenda of the Emirates Stadium team.
Maurizio Sarri Signs New Contract Lazio director Maurizio Sarri has marked another agreement with Juventus keeping him at the club until 2025. Sergi Roberto Agrees 1 year contract Sergi Roberto has Agreed a one year agreement with Barcelona, the Spanish global has likewise consented to diminish his compensation by half keep him at the club until 2024.
These are done deals that were sanctioned yesterday across Europe. Mario Gila Fuentes Fast-rising centre-back from the academy, Real Madrid has reportedly cashed on the 21-year-old defender for €6M. Made two senior appearances for the "Los Blancos" as a substitute last season, Lazio is understood to be his new home.
Lazio and Verona will come into their head to head clash on the final day of the Serie A campaign in opposite moods. I Biancocelesti bagged the late stoppage-time equalizer to avoid a defeat away at Juventus on Monday night. They thus extended their unbeaten run to three successive games.
Lazio vs Sampdoria Lazio, following on from their previous result, will be hoping for more of the same after a 3-4 Serie A triumph versus Spezia. In that match, Lazio managed 71% possession and 22 attempts at goal with 9 of them on target. For Lazio, goals were scored by Ciro Immobile
Juventus vs Lazio Juventus Juventus will be wanting a better result here following a 2-4 Coppa Italia loss in their previous game against Inter Milan. In that match, Juventus managed 41% possession and 19 attempts at goal with 8 of them on target. For Juventus, the goals were scored by Alex Sandro (50') and Dušan Vlahović (52').
First, Carlos Tevez. Carlos Tevez, a striker for Boca Juniors, was sent off in the 2004 Copa Libertadores for insulting the opposing audience by acting like a chicken after his team scored a goal against River Plate, who were referred to as "Gallinas" (chickens) by other fans for choking in the second half.
With the transfer window approaching, many clubs have heavily shown interest in several players from other clubs, and a few already made moves. In today's edition of the transfer news, Italy's top plight club, Lazio has confirmed to have reportedly rejected a €140M bid for their star player years ago in the event of an important proposal via the club president, however, the said club remains nameless.
Lazio have agreed terms with Hellas Verona for Ivan Ilic and Nicolò Casale, but first they need to sell Luis Alberto to Sevilla. Sportitalia transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà has reported for some time that Luis Alberto wants a return to Spain and is not part of coach Maurizio Sarri’s plans, as he was dropped several times last season.
Surprisingly, the race for the title in Italy is becoming hot. Last year, Inter Milan won the Italian Serie A with four games to go under Antonio Conte and still not giving up. They want to win it for the second time in a row as Juventus did it continuously for 9 years.
Napoli are going after the title this season they are placed second in the table at the moment and are trailing just three points below toppers AC Milan. And with just eight fixtures remaining, it is not out of the scope of reality that they can get a hold of the Italian crown.
Lazio have been playing well through out the season but we must not forget that they are not an easy team. We are about to see what milan players are made of on sunday evening as they travel to the capital to battle lazio in the most exciting game of match day 34 at Stadio Olimpico.
As the attacker prepares to transfer to new pastur, his seven-year spell with the Old Lady will come to an end. Paulo Dybala has revealed that he will leave Juventus at the end of the season, declaring that he would play his final home game against Lazio in Turin on Monday, ahead of a transfer battle for his services.
Lazio have always been one of the best teams in Italy, and they have shown justice to that claim this time around as well. They are placed sixth in the table as of now, and as is known a top-six finish is a must for an entry into the Europa League.
Lazio are placed seventh in the table at the moment and they are willing to go on top of the league table.They have score a total of 16 goals this season which have given the team good record. However, as of now, they have played an extra game, and they also need a surplus of two points to climb level with the sixth-placed squad.
Juventus have made sure of a top-four finish. For a team that had gone on nine-year streak with league titles, this might be a huge drop in level. But the intensity of competition in the Italian top flight has increased unbelievably in the last 2 years. The former champions will be thanking their stars that they even made it to the next edition of the Champions League.
Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri is attempting to exploit the disturbance at previous club Chelsea by making a methodology for Kepa Arrizabalaga. Kepa got back to frame this year while replacing Edouard Mendy while the Senegal star was away at the African Cup of Nations. Chelsea are at present going through a ownership takeover after Roman Abramovich had to surrender the club following Russia's intrusion of Ukraine.
The build-up to Sunday's Derby della Capitale has been fuelled by Roma head coach Jose Mourinho's statement that Lazio were "smoking cigarettes" while his side advanced in the Conference League on Thursday. Jose Mourinho believes Lazio will have an edge in the Derby della Capitale because they are no longer in the Europa League.