It’s becoming increasingly likely that Francesco Acerbi will leave Lazio in the upcoming summer transfer market.
Despite the fact that his contract expires with the Biancocelesti in 2025, his future is entirely uncertain following a difficult season under Maurizio Sarri. The 34-year-old Italian initially struggled to adapt to the new defensive system and his falling out with the fans only exacerbated things.
As reported by Il Tempo (via LazioNews24), Acerbi seems destined to leave Lazio in the upcoming summer transfer window, with the fractured relationship with the fans playing an important role in the departure.
The 34-year-old Italian centre back now seems set to retire at a different club in Italy, ending his time in Rome after four years. The Roman club would be willing to accept around €5 million for his signature and he’s been linked with a possible move to Milan.
Acerbi has made 26 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 2177 minutes. In that time, he’s scored three goals, provided two assists and helped the side keep seven clean sheets.