Lotito Considers Offering Contract Extension For Tare

Lazio and Igli Tare can continue to be together. The Albanian director, as well as the former Biancoceleste's player himself, appear to be on the verge of leaving, but now the chance of an extension will rise.

There has been a lot of talk about the split between President Lotito and Igli Tare. With the arrival of Fabiani this summer, the sporting director has looked elsewhere as his career with the biancoceleste appears to have come to an end.

However, according to the Tuttomercatoweb, the cold of the past few months will melt: despite many clubs admiring the sporting director, discussions between the two sides over an extension will be set.

Lotito's idea is to propose a new contract to the sporting director until 2024 or 2025. The two sides appear to be closer than they have been in the past few months, and on the contrary, it cannot be ruled out that Tare decides to stay with Lazio.

In 2008, the 49-year-old Albanian joined Lazio as their sporting director. Since then, he’s been working for the club full-time. Recently, Tare garnered controversy after calling the Europa Conference League “a competition for losers.” He also stated that top teams like Juventus, Roma, Milan, and Inter were “technically bankrupt,” which sparked a debate on his statements.

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