Lazio president Claudio Lotito clearly has lofty ambitions for the squad, putting a Scudetto clause in their and Maurizio Sarri’s contracts.
The Biancocelesti have grown significantly since the arrival of the 64-year-old Italian coach and are now on track for a top four finish, assuming no major stumbles occur in the final months of the season.
Despite looking inconsistent on the European stage, Lazio have shown their strengths in Serie A and winning the last three consecutive league outings has put the wind in the squad’s sails.
Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) details how both Sarri’s first contract and his renewal contain Scudetto clauses, a sign of Lotito’s ambitions with this project.
The same bonuses are also present in the squad’s contracts, giving them a further incentive to hit heights not seen in decades in the league.
Lazio are now focusing on securing a top four finish in the league and will need to stay focused as the season starts to draw to a close.