Lazio president Claudio Lotito is considering replacing both coach Simone Inzaghi and sporting director Igli Tare in order to start a new cycle.
According to a report from Italian media outlet La Lazio Siamo Noi earlier today, the Biancocelesti president is unhappy with the 44-year-old Italian coach’s fixation on a 3-5-2 system and his inability to find alternative solutions in difficult periods.
Lotito is also unhappy with Tare’s failings on the market, like the failure to secure either David Silva or Olivier Giroud in the last 18 months, as well as the millions spent on players who have disappointed, like Vedat Muriqi, Denis Vavro, Valon Berisha and Mohamed Fares.
The Lazio president would replace Tare with Mauro Bianchessi, the current head of the youth sector. Lotito holds Bianchessi in high esteem and believes that he could be the man to start a new cycle at the club.
Regarding a possible replacement for Inzaghi, Lotito could look to sign Bologna coach Sinisa Mihajlovic. Mihajlovic has a good relationship with Bianchessi, stemming from the time that the two met at Milanello.
Further developments are expected over the coming months, although it’s unlikely that any concrete steps will be taken before the end of the season.