Lazio wants to extend his contract with coach Maurizio Sarri until 2025 as soon as possible.
Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Sarri has become a darling to everyone at Lazio and football club owner Claudio Lotito is willing to commit the 62-year-old to a new contract. to stay at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome until 2025 Sarri, who left Juventus in the summer of 2020, has a one-year hiatus.
Before returning to control Lazio in June last year. It is a two-year contract to control the White Eagles until 2023. And with a satisfactory performance on the field.
Lotito wishes to renew Sarri’s contract for an additional two years. Until 2025, hoping to agree on an offer as soon as possible. Lazio is currently sixth in Serie A with 18 points from 11 games and is now preparing for Thursday’s Europa League group stage clash with Marseille.
The president is, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, happy enough with the team’s performances under Sarri so far that he wishes to entrust the coach with the long term future of the club.
Lazio’s results have been very mixed so far, with the team recently going into ritiro. After heavy defeats to Bologna and Hellas Verona.
They have since responded with a win over Fiorentina. And a draw away at Atalanta, who equalised in stoppage time.
It is not yet clear if Sarri is willing to extend his contract so soon into his time at the Biancocelesti.