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Lazio news: Wantaway defender heading for Bologna exit?
14/01/2019, 15:15
According to what has been reported by La Repubblica, Bologna are interested in signing Lazio's Serbian right-back Dusan Basta. Basta has fallen out of favour in the capital, with Adam Marusic favoured as the club's first choice and the Biancocelesti currently interested in signing Davide Zappacosta from Chelsea.

Bologna are seeking alternatives after failing to secure Juventus' Spinazzola; lining up Palermo's Rispoli, Bruno Peres, Chievo's Cacciatore and Empoli's Luca Antonelli - as well as the aforementioned Basta.

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