Lazio may be forced to offer Argentine defender Mateo Musacchio a two-year deal if he makes 10 appearances before the end of the season.

According to a report from Italian newspaper La Repubblica (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 30-year-old Musacchio signed a six-month contract with the Biancocelesti in the January transfer window this season, with a specific clause attached.


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Musacchio will be given a two-year contract if he makes 10 or more appearances this season, meaning that his deal would expire in June 2023.

The former AC Milan man has already made six appearances so far this season, meaning that the following few months will be crucial to understand Lazio’s intentions with the Argentinian defender.


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The defender has not particularly convinced since arriving in January, and many fans are eagerly awaiting the returns of Stefan Radu and Luiz Felipe, who are both out injured.