According to Il Messaggero, Lille now enters the race to sign Floccari as Parma were reported to be the closest.
With the case of Zarate attracting all headlines around the biancoceleste, many forget that Lazio are very active trying to sell players on the other front due to Reja's demand of a smaller squad.
Sergio Floccari has been rumoured to leave for a while now, and it is reported according to Il Messaggero that Lille are now interested in taking the player on loan with a right to buy at the end of the season.
Parma were the club that showed most interest in the past, and in June Parma's president made it clear that the club wanted Floccari but could not afford him. It seems Lille also are discussing economical issues as Lazio want a 1 million euro for loaning the player out, and wanted to fix the right to buy at 8 or 9 million euros.
Fiorentina and Cagliari were reported to be interested, but no serious negotiations have been made according to the same report. It is believed that Lille will have a meeting with Lazio in Milan to discuss the player and Parma will be waiting. The gialloblu are not in a rush, as they know Lazio want to do a deal before the end of August and thus the pressure is on Lazio to sell.
On the other fronts, QPR are reportedly interested in Shaun Wright Phillps and have cooled down there interest in Foggia. Cesena still remains a possible destination though.
Stendardo has been approached by his old club Lecce, while Carrizo has still no suitors other than his River Plate.