Lazio's president Lotito has payed the debt towards the CONI, Italy's Olympic Comittee.
A payment of 2 million euros, secures Lazio's home games at the Olympic Stadium for next season. That's for the Serie A, Coppa Italia and Europa League games.
Altough the CONI still believes there's 400.000 euro missing on the payment, the amount of interest on that late payment.
But Lotito's battle with the CONI isn't over yet. The president wants to meet the CONI again, to change some conditions in the contract. Lazio has to give away some 1700 free tickets, for every home game, to the CONI members.
But those members excel in complete abscene during those games, leaving with hunderd of empty seats at the Monte Mario stand.
Also the fact that Lazio has to pay 3 million euros the season, for hiring the Olimpico. And this without adding the extra costs of the maintenance of the Olimpico, that makes even the costs higher for both Roman clubs.
In Milan, both Inter and AC pay the same ammount, but that's including the maintenance of the San Siro.
The CONI won the battle, but for Lotito the war isn't over, yet.