According to Alfredo Pedullà of Sportitalia, Maurizio Sarri has reached an agreement to join Lazio on a two-year deal with a possible option for a third year.


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The coach had two initial concerns about joining the Biancocelesti – his salary and the overall project.

He expected a higher wage due to his previous employment and success and Chelsea and Juventus, and since he would not be managing a side in the UEFA Champions League, he needed to be convinced of the club’s goals and objectives.


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However, that has all been solved after speaking with Sporting Director Igli Tare and President Claudio Lotito; all that remains is to sort out the contracts with his staff, which Sarri has requested to be completed within the next 24-36 hours.

 

As a result, Tare will have a call with his agent, Fali Ramadani, today to try and reach a total agreement – it has been confirmed that Sarri’s assistant will be Giovanni Martusciello, who has previously worked with the 62-year-old at Empoli and Juventus.


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Pedullà further states that Sarri has no other offers at the moment, having declined offers from Turkey and Russia. The links to Everton and Tottenham do not exist.