Il Corriere dello Sport reports that Lazio have made Czech striker Libor Kozak available for sale.
The Biancocelesti aim to keep hold of Miroslav Klose and Sergio Floccari and possibly add another striker in the summer transfer window.
However, they are prepared to sell Libor Kozak after the player expressed his desire to leave the club in search of first team football.
With the player’s contract at Stadio Olimpico not due to expire before June 2015, the Biancocelesti are reportedly holding out for €8 million.
Libor Kozak arrived at the club in the summer of 2008 from Opava and despite showing a lot of potential, he was never given a chance to nail down a regular starting berth.
The 24-year-old largely impressed in last year’s Europa League campaign, scoring 10 goals in 11 matches, but he was only handed 5 Serie A starts, while making another 14 substitute appearances.
Kozak is no longer prepared to wait for his chance at Stadio Olimpico, but it remains to be seen if any of the interested clubs will be ready to meet Lazio’s valuation.