LaLazioSiamoNoi reports that President Claudio Lotito has placed the team into ritiro, meaning that they cannot leave the training ground before Thursday’s Europa League clash with Dnipro.
The move is common practice in Italy when a team has a run of bad results, with the Biancocelesti going into ritiro once already this season, after a 5-0 loss to Napoli.
In addition, the website reports a confrontation between sporting director Igli Tare, Stefano Pioli and the squad this morning, while Mediaset insists that Pioli didn't take morning training, holding talks with Tare instead.
The club hierarchy is believed to be extremely disappointed with the performance at the weekend, not the first time that Lazio have disappointed this season.
Lulic suffered the traumatic sub-amputation of the distal phalanx and fracture of the fourth finger, plus fracture of the intermediary phalanx of the third finger.
Essentially this means the top of his fourth finger was chopped off.
Lulic went into the Mater Dei clinic and underwent surgery to reconstruct the phalanx of the fourth finger in his right hand and reduce the fracture of the third finger.
Kicked out of Barcelona’s youth team for putting an ice cube in a team-mate’s bed, Keita Balde Diao has gradually reinvigorated his career with Lazio following his €300,000 move to Italy in the summer of 2011. The 21-year-old broke into the first team with a series of exciting individual displays in the 2013-14 campaign, but it wasn’t until this term that he nailed down a regular starting place.