Lotito: "Sarri Will Not Leave, He Will Continue In His Role, There Is No Doubt About That."

Maurizio Sarri is not prepared to leave the club from the Italian capital, Lazio president Claudio Lotito has confirmed. According to him, the 63-year-old is sad and disappointed after his 5-1 defeat in the Europa League last Thursday night.

Lazio got off to a good start in the Europa League after beating Feyenoord 4-2 on Thursday but lost 5-1 to Denmark's Midtjylland on Thursday.

The defeat led to Maurizio Sarri's angry and confused comments at a press conference, suggesting the manager is ready to leave his team if he becomes a problem and causes the team's emotional breakdown.

"Sarri will not leave, he will continue in his role, there is no doubt about that," President Lotito said via Il Messaggero.

"He's only speaking in a moment of sadness, and for the good of all, Lazio's problems must be resolved immediately."

"On second thought, to motivate everyone, I paid October salaries up front."

As Lotito continues to assure Sarri that his team's progress is on track, further reports reveal that Sarri worries about his squad and considers them to be behind. If his squad continues to lack progress, Sarri believes he would leave the club if they scored another embarrassing loss.

On Sunday, 18 September, Biancoceleste will attempt to rebound from a loss last Thursday in a Serie A match. In that game, Lazio will be away from home facing the newly promoted Cremonese. Lazio will miss Manuel Lazzari and Mattia Zaccagni. But additionally, Danilo Cataldi returned after completing a one-match suspension.

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