Celtic's Europa League opponents Lazio's wage bill has been revealed - and it's not too far off the Hoops' outgoing.

The Roman outfit welcome Neil Lennon's men to the Stadio Olimpico as the pair meet for the first time on November 7.

Considering the gulf in quality between the Scottish Premiership and Italy's Serie A, you could be forgiven for thinking Lazio can outgun their Group E rivals financially.

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However, in terms of wages, Simone Inzaghi's side pay £5million-per-year more than Celts.

As revealed by Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport, Lazio splash out around £64million on wages every year.

Celtic, on the other hand, have previously been reported as spending £59million themselves.

Inzaghi's highest paid player is Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinković-Savić who rakes in around £2.2million a year.

Ciro Immobile also earns roughly the same as Sergej while former Liverpool ace Lucas Leiva earns around £2.05million.

Scotland's champions are believed to pay winger Scott Sinclair a whopping £30,000 per week, which would equate to around £1.56m per year.

Meanwhile it has been reported that Celtic's wage bill is £12million-per-year than the ENTIRE Romanian league where fellow Europa opponents CFR Cluj play.