Sarri Ask Luis Alberto To Stay At Lazio Next Season

Maurizio Sarri is believed to have asked one of his midfielders, Luis Alberto, to remain at Lazio.  The player from Spain is said to want to return to his homeland and continue playing professional football there.

Luis Alberto has become a significant component of Maurizio Sarri's squad at Lazio, the coach has instructed him not to depart from the capital city of Italy.

The Spanish midfielder, who is 30 years old, and the Italian coach had a difficult relationship in their first season together last year, the reported issues stemmed from a disagreement over the strategies employed or the responsibilities assigned to each side.

However, after a while, the two began to have similar interests, and this season, the player has experienced a significant increase in popularity, he has become an integral part of Lazio's squad throughout the competition, he has scored five goals and provided six assists in 32 games in the Serie A.

Il Messaggero reported that Sarri specifically asked Alberto to remain at the Biancocelesti for the upcoming season and hoped that he would assist in the team's growth and progression.

The Spanish midfielder is open to the idea but has reportedly requested that his net income be boosted to 3.5 million Euros each season, the same amount as Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who is rumored to be leaving at the end of the season.

With three games remaining this season, The Aquile is now positioned fourth in Serie A and hopes to qualify for the Champions League next season.

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