Baronio (Brescia where he collected 28 appearances, scoring 3 goals)
Makinwa (Chievo – 9 apps, 1 goal)
Quadri (Monza, 25 apps., 1.499 mins on the pitch for the 9th January born guy)
Firmani (Al Wasl, 7th in the League, lower than mid-table)
Berni (Salernitana, 16 games, 2 penalties saved and 21 goals conceded)
Bonetto (Livorno, 38 apps and now making the playoffs against Grosseto)
Zauri (Fiorentina, 17 apps in the League and even scored once plus all 6 apps in the Champions League)
Stendardo (Lecce, 20 apps)
Scaloni (Real Mallorca, 22 apps and Spanish Cup semi-finalist against treble Champions Barcelona)
Artipoli (Modena, 10 apps but hasn’t been playing since October)
Correa (Pro Patria, 28 apps, 12 goals one of the best players of the Italian third tier)
Greco (Sorrento, 5 apps and winner of the Lega Pro Italian Cup)
Corvesi (Prato, 8 apps)
Tortori (Isola Liri, 15 apps, 2 goals)
Costantini (Val di Sangro, 11 apps, 1 goal)
Chirico (Aversa Normanna, 5 apps under coach Raffaele Sergio, the former Lazio full-back)
Merini (Melfi, 23 apps, 8 goals)
Besides, four more players of the actual squad deserve a mention about their future. Carrizo, De Silvestri, Dabo and Ledesma still need to define their future economically and target wise.
The Argentinean goalkeeper lost his place after the awful defeat against Cagliari in January. He underperformed and Muslera took his place. But does Carrizo really deserve to be put aside? Does the first goalie of the Argentina national team deserve a treatment like this? He actually asked to be sold but Lazio will probably work to find a loan solution.
De Silvestri doesn’t want to spend another year mostly on the bench, while Dabo and Ledesma still need to define their futures relating to the club’s ambitions. Of course their future seems to be linked to Delio Rossi’s next steps that at the moment don’t look to head in Formello’s direction.