Lazio, Simeone’s idea if Immobile leaves: work is underway on a loan with an obligation to buy

Big maneuvers at home Lazio in this summer transfer window, both in terms of arrivals and departures. In terms of farewells, there could be the decidedly heavy one of Cyrus Immobile. The striker considers his experience in Rome over and seems destined for Besiktas (although there is no agreement between the two clubs). In the event of white smoke, a replacement is urgently needed.

As reported The Sports GazetteImmobile’s departure has relaunched the candidacy of John Simeon for the Lazio attack. The 1995-born son of Diego, protagonist of the Lazio championship in the 1999/2000 season, wants to leave Napoli after a season with very limited playing time. The striker is under contract with the Neapolitan club until 2026 and is valued at around 15 million. His arrival could go from an initial loan to an obligation to buy.

Simeone’s, however, may not be the only option for Lazio’s attack. The Biancoceleste club has in fact blocked for some time Boulaye Day of Salernitana, but the trail for the 27-year-old Senegalese seems to have cooled down a bit. He continues to be a market target Samed Bazdar20-year-old Serbian from Partizan Belgrade. All profiles kept under observation, in a race that will only ignite when Immobile’s farewell is made official.