LAZIO have seemingly failed in their attempts to persuade Leeds United midfielder Olivier Dacourt to accept a move to Rome. Leeds accepted a bid for the French international in March, but Dacourt has always stated that he did not want to move to Lazio - amid reports that he was waiting for an offer from Juventus. Dacourt's agent has confirmed to planetfootball.com that his client's stance has never changed, although talks have been on-going since March. Satin, though, has now confirmed that "We have been saying the same thing for other a month that Olivier was not going to Lazio and that stance is not about to change," Satin said. "We are not talking and he has not changed his mind and is not likely too, he remains a Leeds United player." Despite, Satin's insistence, it seems inevitable that Dacourt will be one of a number of departures from Elland Road this summer. Lee Bowyer, transfer-listed earlier this week, looks like leading the influx out of the club, with Dacourt and a number of others likely to follow suit.