Lotito: “Luis Alberto bring the money we want. Kamada? He wants to stay, prove himself serious”

Claudio Lotito sends a very clear message to Luis Alberto through the notebooks of ‘Il Messaggero’: “He’s doing everything. He has a contract for another 4 years. If he wants to leave, he has to bring the money we want. We certainly won’t give him away for free as he publicly feared. A company listed on the stock exchange could ask for damages for this” . The Spanish footballer has an agreement with Al Duhail for a salary of eight million euros net per season: the eleven million offer presented to Lazio is considered too low, Lotito asks for 15 million also because 25% of the figure collected will go to Liverpool.

Different speech for Daichi Kamada: “He said he wanted to stay, now he has to prove he’s serious.” With his contract expiring, the former Eintracht Frankfurt player can exercise the option to start another two-year contract until the end of the month.
Finally, reassurances on the future of Tudor arrived from Lotito: “Until yesterday I hadn’t spoken to him, I had only seen him on Saturday with the team. The coach has a contract until 30 June 2025, so there is no urgency for a renewal and he hasn’t told me that he wants to leave or have hesitations about continuing the relationship.”

Final summary on the state of health of Lazio: “On May 31st you will notice how well Lazio is, with a surplus of 35 million on the balance sheet, with a positive net worth.”