Lazio, Sarri: “Luis Alberto wants to go away”

LAZIO SARRI – Lazio continues its pre-season preparation in view of the next friendly matches. Today Sarri’s men worked with the ball, bullfighting and then a small-field match.

Lazio, Sarri: “Luis Alberto wants to go away”

The Biancocelesti coach, Maurizio Sarri, gave a very long interview to il Corriere dello Sport, where he talked about various topics. First of all, on the situation linked to Luis Alberto as always, the former Napoli coach is very cynical about this situation. Here are the words of Maurizio Sarri:

About Luis Alberto:

For the second year in a row he expressed his willingness to finish his career in Spain. More than in Spain in general, precisely in Seville. I can’t tell you if I’ll still have it in early September. Intelligent boy, great player and character, if you like, particular ”.

On Milinkovic-Savic:

Sergej is of the highest level, small flaws and still unexplored potential. In some moments of the game he favored aesthetics, the play that I define ephemeral, to the detriment of effectiveness. But it’s true, in the last part of the championship he looked for functionality and made the difference ”.

About Lotito:

I cannot fully understand the reasons for its unpopularity, as you have defined it. Communication? Possible. But Lotito took Lazio which was a disaster and for better or worse keeps them constantly in the top 5, 6 and in Europe. He thinks, I find it pleasant, he is a man of wit and he is one who listens to you. Lotito will have a thousand other defects, but he is of rare intelligence, he has an obsessive attention to detail and especially on a sporting level he leaves full autonomy ”.

Finally, on Acerbi:

Nothing technical, at the end of the season he expressed the desire to change the air and the club will try to please him, for this reason other programs have been made “.


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