Lazio team manager Angelo Peruzzi will meet president Claudio Lotito soon to discuss his future.

As reported by Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 51-year-old Italian has been on the verge of leaving the club several times this season, with the most pertinent case being back in November, when Luis Alberto publicly criticised the club’s Boeing 737.


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There was bitterness between Peruzzi and Lotito regarding the handling of the situation, but in the end, the case was dropped and the Italian returned to his post. Now though, a new meeting will take place between the pair.

Lotito and Peruzzi meet at the end of every season to discuss their ideas for the future and if it’s right for Peruzzi to continue in his post.


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This has always been the request of the 51-year-old team manager, who is not afraid to depart if he’s not comfortable with the project and plans.

The rumours that Marco Parolo could be his replacement in case of Peruzzi’s departure have been denied, with the Italian midfielder not yet ready to retire.