Lazio's Plans For The Winter And Next Summer Transfer Markets

Lazio is reported to have made plans for their activities in the next summer market and also the January market.  The club has reportedly reached an agreement to extend a new contract with coach Maurizio Sarri on the condition that new players are added.

As reported by Italian newspaper Il Messaggero, coach Maurizio Sarri, sporting director Igli Tare and president Claudio Lotito have been in talks over the list of requests for the upcoming winter and summer markets to add strength to Lazio's squad.

Regarding the upcoming transfer window, Sarri wants the Biancoceleste to bring in two new players, a backup striker, Erik Botheim from Bodo/Glimt being the favorite and a left-back being targeted is Marcos Alonso.  The Aquile will also look to find new clubs for discontinued players including Denis Vavro, Jony, and Jordan Lukaku.

As for the summer transfer window, Maurizio Sarri wants Claudio Lotito to bring in a new goalkeeper, a defensive midfielder, some central defenders, and additional midfielders, especially with speed.

Even though it is still early in his coaching era at Roma, Sarri has made a clear request and he hopes to be fulfilled by the club as he still wants to work with them for a long time.

Meanwhile, The Aquile are currently preparing for the match against Udinese in Serie A which will take place on Thursday (02/12) evening local time, and hope to bounce back after a crushing defeat to Napoli last weekend.

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