Lazio are working on a way to find a contract renewal agreement with goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha.

As reported by Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 26-year-old Albanian goalkeeper’s current deal is set to expire next year and he dreams of joining a Premier League club on a free transfer, but there are still no concrete offers yet.

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In recent weeks, Newcastle United have been linked with Strakosha, but with nothing on the table yet, he may be convinced to sign a renewal with Lazio.

The 26-year-old Albanian goalkeeper wants to start regularly in the league as well as in Europe and so if he were to remain the second choice in Rome, he would not sign a renewal. Lazio do not want to lose him on a free, however.

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They are thinking of offering a two-year contract with an extension clause included. This formula would allow the Roman club to retain Strakosha for the time being whilst also allowing him to possibly leave on a free in a few years.

The Albanian shot-stopper is considering it; whilst he is an attractive option to sign on a free next summer, the lack of serious proposals is concerning.

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