Lazio president Lotito maintains that the club has not received any offers for Ciro Immobile and emphasizes that the player is not available for transfer.
On Wednesday, Sportitalia reported that Lazio had received a €30m bid from a Saudi club for Ciro Immobile, the Italy international. Additionally, the offer for Immobile’s contract was €18m per season. However, Claudio Lotito has since insisted that the club has received no offers for Immobile and asserted that the player is not on the market.
Club President Lotito refuted any claims of receiving a formal proposal for their star striker, Ciro Immobile. He denied that Lazio had ever been presented with an official offer for the Italian international.
“Immobile is not on the market and we Lazio haven’t received any offer,” Lotito told Il Corriere dello Sport.
In a prior interview, Lotito stated that the ‘minimum’ asking price for Immobile was €50m.
During this summer, Lazio has already sold Sergej Milinkovic-Savic to Al-Hilal for €40m.