Lazio And Sarri Have Different Opinion On Thomas Strakosha's New Contract

Lazio is reportedly hoping to persuade Maurizio Sarri to keep goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha, whose contract expires at the end of the season. However, the 63-year-old was unsure about the choice of the capital club.

Albania goalkeeper, Thomas Strakosha, 27, is under contract with Lazio at the end of the season and the club's management is seeking to renew his contract. He lost his place in the starting line-up after being replaced by Pepe Reina some time ago but has since regained his confidence as the first-choice goalkeeper under Maurizio Sarri this season.

As reported by Il Tempo and La Repubblica, Strakosha would love to move to the Premier League but must first discuss his future with the Biancoceleste. Director Igli Tare and President Claudio Lotito want to extend his stay in the Italian capital, but Sarri isn't sure.

The 63-year-old Italian faces a squad overhaul in the summer with a new goalie on his list, but he can still trust Strakosha, who has been with the Aquile for a decade. The next few weeks will be crucial for both players and clubs.

In addition to Strakosha, No. 2 goalkeeper Pepe Reina's contract expires at the end of next season, leaving Lazio with several candidates to replace him, including Chelsea's Kepa Arrizabalaga, Paris Saint-Germain's Sergio Rico, Atalanta's Marco Carnesecchi and also Pierluigi Gollini, who is currently on loan at Tottenham.

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