Igli Tare Ready To Leave Lazio And Move To RB Leipzig

Lazio sporting director, Igli Tare is reportedly set to leave the Italian capital at the end of the season following serious talks with Bundesliga club RB Leipzig over a move.

Albanian director Igli Tare, 48, has been working in Lazio since 2008, but it now appears his days in the Italian capital are drawing to a close.

According to Il Messaggero, talks between Tare and RB Leipzig have intensified in recent days and it is now possible that the director will leave the Biancoceleste at the end of the season.

The Albanian sporting director, who has only the last word after the Serie A season, is seriously considering embarking on a new adventure. Some time ago, Juventus and AC Milan, the two giants in Serie A, looked for him, but he prefers to stay at the Olimpico.

Maurizio Sarri expects Biancoceleste to overhaul his squad next summer and is keen to sign 5-6 new players. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is set to be sold to finance a transfer, the latest news suggests.

Previously in the January market, it was truly a disaster for The Aquile because after releasing several fringe players, they only brought in one new signing that Maurizio Sarri did not want, namely Jovane Cabral from Sporting, who so far has not had any impact.

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