Italian giants SS Lazio hope to offload up to four first team footballers in the summer transfer window, Il Corriere dello Sport can reveal.
The Biancocelesti obviously plan to further reinforce their ranks ahead of the 2017/2018 campaign, and they hope to raise some money through player sales.
The likes of Ricardo Kishna, Etrit Berisha, Mauricio and Ravel Morrison have all been loaned out and Lazio hope to earn around €23 from their sales.
For that to happen, aforementioned players will have to impress their temporary employers and persuade them to turn the loan deals into permanent moves, which is by no means a given.
Etrit Berisha and Mauricio have seen plenty of first team football since leaving the Biancocelesti, whereas Ricardo Kishna and Ravel Morrison have yet to prove their worth to Lille and QPR respectively.
Bryan Perea and Danilo Cataldi are some of the other players that have been farmed out on loan, but they should be in contention for starting places next season.
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