Sarri: "I Can Sign A 10-year Contract, But If I No Longer Agree To The Project And The Environment, I Will Not Stay."

April 24, 2022

Maurizio Sarri has said he is ready to leave Lazio if it no longer meets the plans of the Italian capital's club and chairman Claudio Lotito. His contract extension remains unclear.

Maurizio Sarri is preparing for Lazio's home game against Milan in Serie A on Sunday night (24/04). For the Biancoceleste, however, it felt like an away game, as the Ultras protested the high ticket price for the match, especially compared to city rivals Roma, who also use the same stadium.

"I don't know the details, I can't judge," said the manager, who refused to align himself with the club or chairman Claudio Lotito, as quoted by Football Italia.

When asked about his future and contract extension, the coach also gave very vague answers, seemingly not signed for months.

"Contract is not a problem, the president said before, I can sign a 10-year contract, but if I no longer agree to the project and the environment, I will not stay. And vice versa, I could have a month left on my contract, but wanted to stay because I was in tune with everything," he explained.

Is Biancoceleste's place on the table a measure of Sarri's performance?

"It's more concerning if we finish fifth and feel like we haven't accomplished anything, rather than finish eighth and realize we've laid the groundwork for the future."

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