Lazio targets Bazdar and Stengs to bolster attack under Baroni


As Marco Baroni takes the reins at Lazio, the club has begun shaping its squad for the upcoming season. Following the departures of Felipe Anderson and Luis Alberto, the Biancocelesti are focused on strengthening their attacking options, with Samed Bazdar and Calvin Stengs emerging as primary targets.

Gianluca Di Marzio outlines how Bazdar, a promising 19-year-old striker from Partizan Belgrade, has caught the eye of Lazio’s management, led by Claudio Lotito. The young forward made 31 appearances across all competitions last season, finding the back of the net on 8 occasions. Lazio are determined to secure Bazdar’s services as a long-term investment.

In addition to Bazdar, Lazio has also initiated contact with Calvin Stengs of Feyenoord. The Dutch attacking midfielder enjoyed a stellar campaign, contributing 8 goals and 18 assists. His impressive performances have piqued the interest of the Biancocelesti, who view him as a potential replacement for the departed Felipe Anderson and Luis Alberto.

Stengs’ creativity and goal-scoring ability from the trequartista position make him an attractive option for Lazio. The club is hopeful that the 24-year-old can help fill the void left by the exits of Anderson and Alberto, providing the team with a fresh attacking impetus.


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