In an attempt to improve the strength in depth, the Biancocelesti are hoping to sign another attacking midfielder to provide back-up for captain Stefano Mauri.
The Stadio Olimpico outfit seem to have set their sights on Parma midfielder Jonathan Biabiany, who has been showing a lot of promise of late.
The Frenchman is currently co-owned by Parma and Sampdoria, with Lazio looking to buy one half of the player’s rights.
Lazio president Claudio Lotito spoke with his Parma counterpart Tommaso Ghirardi at a Lega Calcio meeting on Friday and the two clubs appear to be close to reaching an agreement.
Jonathan Biabiany, who spent six months at Inter during the 2010/2011 season, has made a total of 71 Serie A appearances for Parma and registered 8 goals in the process.