Kamada Opts To Leave Lazio As A Free Agent After Negotiations Collapse

Daichi Kamada is set to leave Lazio on a free transfer after failing to reach a new contract agreement. The Japanese midfielder's current deal expired at the end of May. Kamada, who joined Lazio from Eintracht Frankfurt on a one-year contract with a three-year extension option, did not renew his stay as negotiations broke down at the last moment.

Kamada had a challenging first six months in Rome under Maurizio Sarri but began to improve under Igor Tudor in the latter part of the season. According to LaLazioSiamoNoi, Kamada reconsidered his future with the club despite initially being close to a new deal. The sticking point was a release clause: Lazio wanted a 20 million Euro clause, while Kamada's representatives pushed for a figure between 6 and 7 million Euros. 

It appears Kamada is poised to reunite with his former manager Oliver Glasner at Crystal Palace in the Premier League, as reported by Fabrizio Romano. 

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