Tudor Is Inclined To Wait Until The Summer Transfer Market Before Committing To A New Contract With Lazio, Despite Lotito's Willingness To Extend It Presently

Lazio's president, Claudio Lotito, is said to be considering extending the contract of their new coach, Igor Tudor. However, Tudor himself is currently hesitant to engage in discussions regarding this matter.

Lotito is reportedly interested in prolonging Igor Tudor's tenure as the club's coach. Tudor, who took over last month following Maurizio Sarri's departure, has not yet fully engaged in talks regarding a contract extension.

Despite setbacks such as the Derby della Capitale loss and elimination from the Coppa Italia by Juventus, Lazio's performance has shown improvement since Tudor's appointment.

According to LazioNews24, Lotito has made efforts to extend Tudor's contract beyond its current 2025 expiration. He is confident in Tudor's abilities and desires a long-term commitment from the Croatian coach. However, Tudor has not firmly opposed the idea but prefers to wait until summer to assess Lazio's plans and ambitions.

The report indicates that Tudor wants to understand how the club plans to replace key players like Felipe Anderson, who is joining Palmeiras on a free transfer, and potentially others like Luis Alberto and Daichi Kamada. This will influence Tudor's decision on a contract extension and the team's readiness for the upcoming season.

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