Lotito Still Believes In Sarri And Is Willing To Extend His Contract With Lazio

The first stages of Lazio's 23/24 season have failed to meet the expectations set for the Biancoceleste at the season's commencement. Following their impressive second-place finish last year, a significant improvement was anticipated, yet it has not materialized thus far. Despite speculation surrounding Sarri's potential dismissal, Lotito remains steadfast in his support for the coach and is already contemplating a contract extension, as reported by Corriere dello Sport.

Lazio and Monza currently share the eleventh spot in the standings, both with 21 points. The start of the season hasn't been ideal for Lazio, although there was a glimmer of hope with their victory against Napoli. However, it seems that Lazio has fallen into a cycle of struggle. The team from the capital has undergone significant changes in this transfer window, most notably the departures of Milinkovic-Savic and Tare. Without Milinkovic-Savic, Lazio is facing difficulties on the field due to a lack of quality in the midfield and some players who have yet to find their form. Luis Alberto no longer appears as he did in previous years, Kamada is still unable to settle in at his best, and Castellanos and Isaksen have yet to show their brilliance in the attack.

President Lotito does not blame Maurizio Sarri for the club's current struggles, as seen by his continued faith in the coach. Lotito entrusted Sarri with a long-term project, which resulted in a highly successful year with the return to Europe's top league. As a result, the president does not want to repeat the initial challenges, and he is already considering renewing Sarri's contract, which runs in 2025. 

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