Immobile: "I Still Have Two Years Left On My Contract With Lazio, And I Am Happy Here. One Bad Season Cannot Overshadow All The Successful Ones I've Had With This Jersey."

May 21, 2024

Ciro Immobile has reassured Lazio fans that he has no intention of leaving the club, despite his recent struggles with form and injuries throughout his career with the Biancoceleste.

The seasoned Italian striker has faced a challenging season, dealing with recurring injuries and frequently being replaced by Taty Castellanos in Lazio's attack.

Immobile has admitted that he regrets not accepting a lucrative offer from the Saudi Pro League last year, which has led to some fans booing him at the Stadio Olimpico.

Despite these challenges, the situation has improved, and Immobile is now contemplating his future.

"I still have two years left on my contract with Lazio, and I am happy here," Immobile told Football-Italia.

"My family is settled here, and there is no reason for me to leave. Of course, after a season like this, there are many questions and criticisms."

"I've had seven incredible years at a high level, but this year has seen a decline in form and some adversity, partly due to a coaching change."

"For many years, I was the top scorer and delivered the best performances. This season's decline has been difficult, but it can happen."

"When you start the season poorly and lose your usual scoring precision, it puts you in a dark place, and I'm not used to that."

"However, one bad season cannot overshadow all the successful ones I've had with this jersey." 

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