Sarri until 2025, but the coach expects Lazio to invest

by | Nov 30, 2021 12:39

Maurizio Sarri has reportedly reached an agreement to stay at Lazio until 2025, but the coach discussed the future business with President Claudio Lotito and expects the club to invest.

SportItalia journalist Alfredo Pedulla has revealed the former Napoli coach has reached a general agreement with patron Lotito.

Sarri, who arrived at the Olimpico ahead of 2021-22, is expected to pen a new deal until June 2025 with the club, or a deal until June 2024 with an option for a further year.

But Il Corriere dello Sport highlights how the coach has asked for reinforcements to complete the revolution of his Lazio.

The project started this summer and the coach, who won a Scudetto with Juventus and the Europa League with Chelsea, has clear ideas for the Aquile’s future.

But in a meeting with owner Lotito and director Igli Tare, he asked for immediate reinforcements.

Sarri has asked for a left-back and a back-up for Ciro Immobile up front, but Lazio must sell to buy.

Vavro, Jony, Durmisi and Lukaku are expected to leave the club, the first three on loan, while the Belgian’s deal expires in June 2022.

Sarri has adapted by using right-footed players at left-back so far, with Elseid Hysaj or Adam Marusic filling in.

Vedat Muriqi seems to have an uncertain future at the Biancocelesti and will either be replaced in January or in the summer.

Sarri has reportedly made it clear that Lazio need a new goalkeeper and a new midfielder, as Lucas Leiva’s deal expires in June.

The deals on the transfer market will be essential for Lazio to complete the revolution under Sarri, who is asking the club to invest.


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