The future of Georgios Samaras is up in the air after his contract at Celtic expired, leaving the 29-year-old a free agent.
Samaras opted not to renew his deal at Parkhead before the World Cup, but Celtic manager Ronny Deila has not ruled out a return for the marksman.
It was a dramatic World Cup campaign for Samaras, who scored a last-gasp penalty against Ivory Coast to send Greece into the last 16 where they lost out to Costa Rica in a penalty shootout.
Delia has stated that he could see a place for Samaras in his Celtic team if he focuses more on his defensive duties, but it seems he may have other options.
Lazio are hoping to galvanise a squad that underachieved last season, but they don't have great financial resources and could be attracted to the idea of a free transfer.
La Gazzetta dello Sport believes that Lazio sporting director Igli Tare is a big admirer of Samaras and is determined to bring him in having been impressed by his World Cup exploits.