Lazio Sporting Director Igle Tare, spoke to Sky Sports after the game with Milan and explained that the management is happy from the team and look forward to a successful season.
"The new arrivals could not wait to start the championship, they want to impress and also play with their national teams." said Tare speaking of Cisse and Klose.
Tare was happy with the attacking four, and commented on Mauri and Hernanes:
"Hernanes and Mauri also showed their qualities, we have showed in San Siro that we will leave our mark in this championship."
Tare's work has been instrumental in shaping the current squad and he comments on the arrival of Cisse and Klose:
"It was difficult to bring them to Rome, they had salaries that do not fall within our parameters, but we believed in them and in the qualities they will bring to our squad. We wanted to build a team that can do better than last year."
Speaking of the mercato, Tare said: "We are happy with the mercato, of course we can do better, you can always do better. We wanted to build a united squad with individuals who value the group spirit."
Tare also commented on the Zarate issue, "He did not have problems with Reja or the society, he is a great champion, but he needs to grow whether from a performance perspective or even personally. This has not happened for the last two years at Lazio. He said he is willing to consider an offer from a big club and we want him to come back to be the Mauro Zarate we all knew. We had to take a painful decision for the good of Lazio. He left Rome, left a squad that values him and wishes him the best, it is now up to him to prove himself." concludes Tare.
Finally Tare praised Reja and his results: "Ever since Reja arrived, we have been improving, he has pulled us out of a delicate situation, helped us reach Europe and built a united squad. The fans will eventually stand by his side and appreciate the work done. He has been decisive."
On the other hand, rumours from Torino are still linking Lazio to Ogbonna the talented defender valued at 13 million euros.