Sarri Is Willing To Extend Contract With Lazio As Long As He Gets Transfer Market Guarantees

Lazio coach, Maurizio Sarri has reportedly opened up the opportunity to extend his contract with the Italian capital club but with several conditions that must be met.

President Claudio Lotito had announced at the Christmas dinner that the 63-year-old Italian coach Maurizio Sarri would be extending his contract with Lazio but after things have calmed down there is no further news.  The new contract will extend the coach's tenure in Rome by one more year and his salary will experience a slight increase.

As reported, La Gazetta dello Sport revealed that there was a series of frictions between the two parties that made the contract discussions back.  Sarri is said to dislike Biancoceleste's activity in the January market which is considered poor and the club and president Claudio Lotito do not accept the inconsistent performances of their team as shown on several occasions.

Things have improved since then in the Italian capital and it is now possible for both parties to start thinking about another extension of his contract which will see the 63-year-old stay at The Aquile in 2025.

The club wants the 63-year-old coach to agree to remove the release clause in his contract that allowed him to join a foreign club and the Italian has asked the club for some guarantees ahead of the summer transfer window.

In the January market, the coach did not find the players he was targeting and also the ones he needed to add depth to his squad.  He only got Jovane Cabral after the club released several unneeded players.

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