Last Updated: Sun, 16 Jun 2013 16:00
Lazio President Claudio Lotito insists that the club will not be forced in to selling their top-name players during the summer window.
Lazio secured Europa League football next season after narrowly missing out on qualification through their league finish, with victory over rivals Roma in the Coppa Italia handing them an opportunity in Europe next term.
Hernanes, Senad Lulic, Antonio Candreva and Federico Marchetti have all attracted interest from a number of top sides around Europe who have been monitoring their progress.
Lotito believes that the club is in a stable position and will not be looking to lose players, but is already planning to add more depth to the squad.
Lotito said: "Hernanes is not for sale.
"Leonardo did not call me and I have not received any offers, though it wouldn't matter anyway because our ideas are clear on this matter.
"Lazio will not sell Hernanes and this is also true of other players. I am referring to Lulic, Candreva and Marchetti.
"Our only focus of the transfer market will be to reinforce the squad."
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