Lotito: "He (Luis Alberto) Scored A Goal Yesterday, Played Well, And Showed How Much He Loves The Club, So Perhaps What He Said Could Be Misinterpreted."

Lazio President Claudio Lotito reiterated comments regarding Luis Alberto's desire to leave the club, emphasizing that letting the Spanish midfielder depart without a fee this summer is not feasible. Alberto has publicly expressed his intention to depart from the club's ranks in the upcoming transfer window.

Lazio are transforming this summer, initiated by Maurizio Sarri's sudden resignation. New coach Igor Tudor has taken charge and implemented a 3-4-2-1 formation, a tactical shift not embraced by all players, including Luis Alberto.

In a televised statement, the midfielder disclosed his request for a mutual contract termination to enable a free transfer at the season's end, a plea Lotito dismissed as unattainable during a political event, as reported by Notizie.com.

Despite the discord, Alberto showcased his loyalty by scoring the decisive goal against Genoa in a recent Serie A fixture, signaling his commitment with a gesture towards the club emblem.

Lotito hinted at a potential misinterpretation of Alberto's remarks, highlighting the player's dedication following his match-winning performance.

"He scored a goal yesterday, played well, and showed how much he loves the club, so perhaps what he said could be misinterpreted," added the president.

Meanwhile, Lazio's triumph over Genoa keeps alive their ambitions of securing a Champions League spot. Currently occupying sixth place in the standings with 52 points from 33 games, Tudor's side remains in contention for European football. 

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