"According to media reports, a Russian conglomerate had offered 170 million euros to buy Lazio from president Claudio Lotito. The patron has been under fire from ultras for years, a battle that intensified this season with a boycott that is leaving the Curva Nord empty."
Rome, April 13 - Italian Serie A football club Lazio have dismissed speculations that Russian investors had offered a takeover worth 170 million euros.

The Rome-based outfit released a statement Saturday claiming that these speculations were false and entirely without foundation, reports Xinhua.

According to media reports, a Russian conglomerate had offered 170 million euros to buy Lazio from president Claudio Lotito. The patron has been under fire from ultras for years, a battle that intensified this season with a boycott that is leaving the Curva Nord empty.

They even organised a march through the city streets with banners demanding new investors Free Lazio.


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