According to Sky Sport in Italy, Martin Caceres could be edging closer and closer towards a departure from Italian club Lazio. They want compensation before they allow him to leave during the January transfer window, with Parma being the club who are set to take him off of their hands. Apparently, though, they’re still quite a way off when it comes to the transfer fee, with Parma offering much less than the valuation put forward by Lazio.
Caceres only joined the club earlier this year, with many fans knowing him for being a bit of a ‘club jumper’. Despite only being 31 years of age he’s already been on the books for nine different clubs, and he never seems to be able to lock down a consistent place in the first team anywhere.
The longest amount of time that he’s been at any given place is Juventus where he spent four years, and ironically enough, his longest consistent run has been with the Uruguayan national team after debuting way back in 2007.
Caceres’ agent is said to be meeting with Parma’s sporting director Daniele Faggiano in the next few days.
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