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Soccer Odds: Lazio’s patience with Anderson is fading away
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 29 June 2013 05:14
If Felipe Anderson’s third-party owners fail to meet their deadline, Lazio will decide to pull out of a deal for the Santos attacking midfielder who is very well known for his talent on the pitch and great soccer odds.
Soccer betting fans saw that in January, Lazio tried to sign the 20-year-old, but the deal fell through following a delay in the paperwork, which meant that it missed the closing of the transfer window, but the Rome club are very eager to make a deal before the new season begins.
Last season, Lazio finished at seventh place in the league, and Anderson would give them a different option in midfield, which is something that Vladimir Petkovic is eager to do in their effort to add strength before a UEFA Europa League campaign, and many fans that follow the team’s soccer odds believe that then player could prove to be the perfect addition to the squad.
An agreement made between both clubs was reached, but soccer betting fans found out that English investment firm Doyen Sports, who are the player’s third-party owners, prove to be harder to deal with.
Lazio’s director of sport Igli Tare and many soccer betting fans that were following the situation criticised them for the delay in confirming the move, and now gave them a deadline to finish the deal.
“It’s not over yet,” he told LaLazioSiamoNoi. “They were intense days characterised by a very difficult negotiation process.
“We had to deal with a group that change their minds continually.
“Unfortunately, it is common in South America for third-party owners to hold part of the contract.
And many fans that follow the soccer odds can also see how difficult this is.
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“We will wait another two or three days, because the player deserves that, but afterwards we’ll have to see what to do.”
Lazio’s fans, especially those that follow their soccer odds, would like to see what will eventually happen with the player, and will pay very close attention to developments.