Strakosha's Contract Extension Will Be Decided In The Coming Weeks

Lazio has reportedly decided that they do not want to lose the services of their main goalkeeper, Thomas Strakosha on a free transfer in the next summer window.  So the contract extension negotiations will begin soon.

According to reports by Italian newspaper La Repubblica, 26-year-old Albanian goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha's contract with Lazio will expire at the end of this season and for most of the season, he will likely leave the capital club next summer.

Strakosha has been consistently winning the trust of coach Maurizio Sarri in recent months and now the Biancoceleste are looking to confirm the future of the first-choice goalkeeper, so they are ready to open talks about a new contract in the coming weeks.

The 26-year-old Albanian, who joined The Aquile in the summer of 2012 and has made 20 appearances in all competitions so far in the 2021/22 season, has played 1800 minutes in total.  In that period he has conceded 20 goals and kept eight clean sheets and looks to have returned to his best after reclaiming his place in the starting line-up.

Meanwhile, Maurizio Sarri's team currently only focuses on one competition, Serie A, and they are targeting a top-four position in the final standings to qualify for the Champions League next season.  Most likely if the target is achieved the goalkeeper is still willing to stay at the Olimpico.

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