Milan And Inter Are Targeting Sarri If He Decided To Leave Lazio At The End Of This Season

Maurizio Sarri is believed to be leaving Lazio after the current campaign, and both Inter and Milan are interested in taking him. The Italian coach has previously worked for Napoli and Juventus in the Italian first division.

The 64-year-old Italian coach, Maurizio Sarri, has been in charge of Lazio for the second year. Despite this, the team has demonstrated positive signs, however, they still lack consistency and have lost their focus.

The Biancoceleste want to participate in the top four places and also have a strong showing in the European Conference League, they want to emulate Roma's success in the competition by achieving the same result last year. As reported by Il Messaggero, it is alleged that the conflict between the sporting directors, Igli Tare and Sarri, could lead to the Italian coach leaving The Aquile after the current season. Both Inter and Milan are monitoring the situation and are interested in acquiring him if he leaves the capital.

Despite the Nerazzuri having a great presence under Simone Inzaghi, the team will again miss the Scudetto for a second consecutive season, a disappointing result for the club's management.

Regarding the Rossoneri, the team's decline in performance has led to questions about the future of Stefano Pioli, and failing to finish in the top four will lead to a difference next season.

Meanwhile, The Aquile have just suffered a 2-0 loss in the subsequent match in Serie A, this has knocked them out of the top four and currently, they are ranked sixth in the standings.

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