Lazio want Kolarov deal concluded
Monday 19 July 2010
Lazio coach Edy Reja hopes Aleksandar Kolarov's future will be decided soon.
The Serbia international has been linked with Manchester City in recent months, and reports over the weekend suggested a fee had been agreed after City executives travelled to Rome.
However, no deal has been reached between the two clubs so far for the 24-year-old.
"For over a month he has been linked with a move away from Lazio but nothing has happened," said Reja.
"I hope a decision will be taken soon.
"It's clear that if he leaves, I will need to find an alternative player for that position."
Kolarov is under contract with the Serie A club until June 2011 and has a buy-out clause of 22.5million euros.
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