Lotito Surprisingly Renews Contract With Felipe Anderson

Claudio Lotito, the boss of Italy’s Lazio football club, is said to be unwilling to let Felipe Anderson go for free and has reportedly prepared a surprising move for the Brazilian’s renewal.

Lotito, according to Italian sports daily ‘Il Corriere dello Sport’, does not intend to increase the wage proposal, presently at €3.5 million a season, including bonuses, but could consider extending the contract duration.

Rather than the initially proposed three-year contract with an option for the fourth year, Lotito is seemingly prepared to offer a five-year deal set to last until 30th June 2029, an idea previously raised at the start of the negotiation discussions. The upcoming weeks represent a decisive period for the impending contract discussions and potential renewal.

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