The former Germany international has only started four Serie A games so far this season and is seeking showdown talks with the club’s “bosses”
Lazio striker Miroslav Klose has admitted that he is not happy with his current lack of game time at the Stadio Olimpico.
The former Germany international has proven a big hit in the Italian capital since joining the Biancocelesti from Bayern Munich on a free transfer in 2012, becoming a regular goalscorer for the Rome-based club.
However, he has been afforded just four starts so far this term and, after being left on the bench for the duration of Sunday’s 0-0 draw at Chievo, Klose has gone public with his frustration.
“I will now seek talks with Lazio’s bosses and then we will see how this goes on,” the 36-year-old attacker told Bild. “I can imagine many things happening; nothing can be excluded in football.
“I feel healthy and I feel fit. That is why my claim is that I should be playing more often.
“I am definitely not happy with the current situation.”
Klose, who retired from international duty after helping Germany win last summer’s World Cup, will be out of contract at the end of the 2014-15 season.