Ciro Immobile has made it official after signing a new five year deal with Lazio amid interest from new Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman, MySportDab reports.
Immobile has been tipped to replace Luis Suarez who has been told to look for a club elsewhere.
It is now confirmed that Koeman won’t be signing the European golden boot winner as he pens a new deal with Lazio.
The striker was also linked with other top clubs who will now have to look elsewhere for another goal scorer.
The Italian will be paid in the region of €4 million (£3.6m/$4.8m) a season in his new contract with Lazio.
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The striker joined the Roman side in 2016 and he is delighted to have fired them back into the Champions League.
The place which they were last seen competing as far back as 2007 which is 13 years ago with being in the Champions League.
Ciro Immobile Said:
“It’s a new season with the Champions League and aiming to confirm our status in Serie A.
We’re satisfied with the last four years under Simone Inzaghi, and although the lockdown did destabilise the squad.
We got back on track pretty quickly,” the striker told Sky Sport Italia on Monday.
“We haven’t changed much over the summer, as it has been a constant growth over the past few years for players, coach and club.