Sarri Frustated At Tare's Slow Work In The Transfer Market

Maurizio Sarri and Igli Tare have reportedly been implicated in Lazio's transfer strategy this summer. This has created tensions between the two, with the Italian capital club so far not very active in the market and the manager in need of some new players to strengthen his squad.

Lazio's move has been slow and so far they have only confirmed the arrival of one player, Brazilian midfielder Marcos Antonio. The Italian capital club is at risk of missing out on signing Alessio Romagnoli as they have so far failed to bridge the €400,000 offer and demand gap. Now they are just five days away from his agreement to join Fulham.

Maurizio Sarri and Igli Tare are at odds over Biancoceleste's transfer strategy, according to LaLazioSiamoNoi. The 63-year-old has been frustrated by reports that the manager has asked his club to sign certain players but has not been met.

Still waiting for some of his goals, such as Marco Carnesecchi and Romagnoli, Sarri is fed up with Tare's slow work. Before the start of pre-season training camp, he asked for a left-back and a center-back, hoping to have maximum time training with his new players.

At the same time, The Aquile fans are tired of Tare's recent performance and their patience is running out, so the club needs to move quickly and sign some new players. Pre-season training will begin next month at Auronzo di Cadore.

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