With 3 days left to the mercato's end, no positive signs yet for Lazio.
While no updates yet from Russia for the arrival of Honda despite the player announcing his desire to play for Lazio, reports have emerged from England linking Djibril Cisse to a move away from Rome.
Cisse whom in the opinion of many has failed so far in his adventure at Lazio has been able to break his bad luck by scoring a beautiful goal against Milan.
QPR has been reported to submit a bid of 5.5 million to bring the French striker back to the Premier League.
The report has received contrasting echoes as QPR's Market consultant, Gianni Di Marzio has confirmed that Cisse would be welcome at QPR but denied his knowledge of any negotiations.
Cisse's agent joined Di Marzio as he also denied any negotiation with QPR at the same time refusing to assure that the player is staying in Rome as he said that there are many teams interested in the services of the striker.
Cisse himself left a door open to leaving Rome speaking to the press after the Milan game: "Will I stay at Lazio ? I don't know, the market is not over yet."
The case of Krasic has also smeed to fade, his agent Dejan Joksimovic believes that Krasic to Lazio is not feasible.
On another hand, Ceccarelli is rumored to leave to Juve Stabia on loan, while Carrizo the blocking stone to the arrival of Honda as media reports, is wanted by River and Passarella has arrived to Rome to meet Lotito. It is rumored that Lazio could be interested in Ezequiel Cirigliano and Lucas Ocampos.
Finally, and while the agent of Mudingayi has denied any possibility of his client returning to Rome, Blogona's vice president Setti has admitted that Lotito requested the player to come to Rome but that Bologna cannot let him go. Setti left the door open to a possible move in June though.
With three days left, the situation looks difficult for Lazio, especially if Cisse leaves and no suitable arrivals come in place.
We have three more days to see what the winter mercato will finally look like...