Lazio team manager Angelo Peruzzi wants to meet with president Claudio Lotito to discuss his future.

As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the future of the 51-year-old Italian is still uncertain, with the team manager wanting to meet the president to discuss his future and the possibility of continuing the working relationship.


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Peruzzi has a contract with Lazio until 2023 but it’s an established fact that the Italian likes to take stock of the situation at the end of every season in order to confirm his willingness to stay attached to the Biancocelesti project, talking about future plans with president Lotito.

Coach Maurizio Sarri is working on composing his staff, with goalkeeping coach Adalberto Grigioni renewing his contract with the club.


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He will work alongside Massimo Nenci, a coach Sarri knows and trusts well.

The rest of the staff will be composed as follows: assistant coach Giovanni Martusciello, athletic trainers Davide Ranzato and Davide Losi, technical collaborators Gianni Picchioni and Marco Ianni and trainer Alessandro Fonte.