Lazio & Tudor to Part Ways – Possible Replacements Revealed

Lazio coach Igor Tudor is set to leave Lazio with immediate effects according to several sources in the Italian media.

The Croatian has been embroiled in crunch talks with the club’s President Claudio Lotito and Sporting Director Angelo Fabiani over the past few days, but the two have been unable to reach common ground over the transfer strategy.

While the manager is requesting a squad overhaul – which includes offloading the likes of Matteo Guendouzi, Nicolo Rovella, Danilo Cataldi, Luca Pellegrini, Alessio Romagnoli, and Gustav Isaksen – the hierarchy prefers to maintain a large part of the core, especially the young players signed last summer.

So according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Tudor and Lazio have now decided to part ways three months following the 48-year-old’s appointment. Gianluca Di Marzio is also reporting the same story, revealing that the two parties are currently working on terminating the manager’s contract which was set to expire in 2025.

Lazio & Tudor Decide to Split Paths

Di Marzio adds that the Biancocelesti have identified Marco Baroni as a possible replacement. The Italian tactician has recently left his post at Hellas Verona after guiding the club towards salvation despite seeing his squad dismantled in January.

Italian journalist Damiano Er Farina also names Baroni as a potential candidate while adding Paulo Sousa and former Lazio striker Miroslav Klose to the list. The same journalist also claims that Lazio President Claudio Lotito admires former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, and has even considered bringing back Maurizio Sarri.

Er Farina also reveals that Tudor’s Agent has already found him a new club, but its identity remains unknown.

Tags Allegri Baroni Igor Tudor Klose Lazio Marco Baroni Massimiliano Allegri Miroslav Klose Paulo Sousa Serie A Sousa Tudor


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  1. Sometimes I just feel like not supporting lazio Do u lose some one like tudor…few months incharge we saw what he did…
    Why does those guys keep breaking the heart of we the fans

  2. The way I see it this was the best decision. Getting rid of a lot of good players just to please Tudor was not a good idea.
    We have a good squad and it’s just going to get better and younger, just need to find the right coach.

    Conceicao let’s do it!

    1. I think this Damiano Er Farina is smoking crack ! I don’t know where he is getting his information from. Some junkie at a bus stop ? To say Tudor wants to get rid of Rovella and Romagnoli and half the squad and to magic in half a dozen better players in 6 weeks has left me thinking it’s mushrooms rather than the crack !

      We were grinding out 1-0 wins fair play but haven’t been blown away by the performances I never seen some great tactical different style of play except for the first game in charge when we won 2-0 everything after that has just been a bore and not terribly excited about the new season.

      He started Kamada in most games and not scared to drop Alberto and Ciro so has alot of conviction. His previous resume doesn’t warrant the demands of letting him overhaul have a squad is just laughable this has supposedly taken place on some mad mushroom trip in Damiamo’s mind at a bus stop.

  3. I may be being harsh but despite the 16 points Tudor got, 1 win against Juventus, 1 draw against Inter and 1 loss to Inter and then draws to Monza and Sassuolo, nothing special. Too big a gamble to overhaul the squad.
    I’d like Conceicao, experience in domestic and European competition and fans would all be behind him. Curveball but how about Poch? Need someone to finally bridge the gap in bringing the youth team through to the main squad

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