Friday May 29, 2015  
     
 
  06/02/2013: Louis Saha to Lazio
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"Some good news for me tomorrow. Good night everyone. Tomorrow early flight." and "Bonjour. Escale a Paris et maintenant direction Rome. Now in Paris now direction Rome. Good morning". Tweets from Louis Saha's Twitter account which suggest he is about to sign for a club in Rome.

As Miroslav Klose faces a two-month spell on the sidelines, the destination appears to be Lazio. Saha is expected to undergo a medical later today and all being well, he will put pen to paper.

Now 34, Saha has forged a successful career in England playing for Newcastle United, Fulham, Manchester United, Everton and Tottenham before signing for Sunderland this summer. He was subsequently released as he struggled to find the net for them.
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