Sarri Angry And Disappointed With Lazio's Activity In This January Mercato

Lazio coach, Maurizio Sarri is reportedly angry and disappointed with the transfer made by his team in January.  He wants to be involved in the club's decision if it is not fulfilled he will refuse the contract extension offered to him.

According to reports by Italian newspaper Il Messaggero, Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri was angry after the transfer made by the Italian capital club was very disappointing.  As a result, he wants to be involved in his club's future decisions, if not fulfilled then he will refuse a contract extension with the Biancoceleste.

Sarri has signed a two-year contract with The Aquile with the option of a season extension.  Previously, it was widely reported that president Claudio Lotito had considered extending the contract of the former Chelsea and Juventus coach, but the activities carried out by the club in the January market could result in a different scenario.

The news further revealed that the 63-year-old coach was not impressed with the transfer activities carried out by his club in January.  He is reportedly expecting the arrival of a new full-back and a new midfielder as well as a substitute for Vedat Muriqi.  The Kosovo international striker joined Mallorca on the final day of the transfer and the Biancoceleste only signed one player, namely, Jovane Cabral.

Reports suggest that there are doubts about the new player's fitness and Sarri is reportedly angry about his club's transfer activities, even telling the club that he will not sign a contract extension if he is not involved in making decisions in the upcoming transfer window.

Journalist Alfredo Pedulla who is a close friend of the Aquile coach revealed that the coach was very disappointed and his future at the Stadio Olimpico would not depend on a piece of paper for a few years.

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