Sarri Has Rejected A Three-Year Contract To Manage Nottingham Forest After Leaving Lazio

Maurizio Sarri, the former coach of Lazio, has reportedly turned down a three-year contract proposal from Nottingham Forest, a Premier League club. Sarri resigned from his role at Lazio following a string of four consecutive defeats across various competitions.

According to reports from Italian media, Nottingham Forest made the contract offer to Sarri after his departure from Lazio, but the coach declined it. He officially stepped down from his position on March 13 due to the team's poor performance.

As per Sportitalia's news, just two days after Sarri's resignation, Nottingham Forest reached out to his representatives to inquire about his interest in joining the Premier League immediately.

Nottingham Forest is currently facing challenges, including a four-point deduction and disappointing results under coach Nuno Espirito Santo, due to breaches of Financial Fair Play regulations. Despite offering Sarri a three-year contract and plans to strengthen the squad in the upcoming transfer window, Sarri opted to take a break for a few months before considering his next career move. Rumors suggest he is eyeing a potential role at Fiorentina, which would bring him back to his hometown. 

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