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New Napoli coach, there is a name on pole for next year

Aurelio De Laurentiis is already looking forward to next season even though the current one, despite many difficulties, can still say a lot between the championship and the Champions League. There is a name on the bench for next season.

As reported by calciomercato.comCalzona, CT also of Slovakia, has only one way to hope for confirmation for next season: reaching the Champions Leaguea mission that appears very complicated despite 13 games still to be played (today the Campania team recover the one against Sassuolo at 6pm).

Pioli looking for revenge

In fact, in the summer it will be a revolution: not only the change of coach but also the farewell of some senators: certainly that of Zielinski destined for Inter, very likely that of Osimhen. With the Kvatatskhelia intrigue still to be resolved.

The name in pole position for next season’s bench is Stefano Pioli. The coach has a contract with Milan until 30 June 2025 for 4.5 million euros per season, bonuses included, but his stay is linked only to winning the Europa League. Otherwise the most likely solution is divorce after 5 years, a scudetto and a Champions League semi-final.

De Laurentiis has always liked Pioli so much so that the Campania boss had tried to explore his availability in June 2023, after Spalletti’s farewell. Pioli however, despite Cardinale’s dismissal of Maldini and Massara, then decided to remain at the helm of the Rossoneri club.

The Emilian technician is respected for his ability to adapt to the material available without demanding the moon on the market: the classic corporate manager capable of making the squad made available by the company perform at its best. The contacts have already come to fruition: the next three months will be decisive also because Pioli has given his availability to Napoli but wants to do everything to keep Milan close.

Precisely for this reason De Laurentiis is keeping three important alternatives alive with the Conte dream remaining in the background but with almost impossible contours.

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In De Laurentiis’s notebook there are also the names of Vincenzo Italiano, also searched for last summer; Raffaele Palladino, for whom Naples would represent the classic return home; and finally Francesco Farioli, coach of Nice, a revelation in France.

Milan transfer market, return of flame in attack: he can arrive

Important indiscretion relaunched by Corriere dello Sport regarding the moves of the Rossoneri club for next season’s attack. In addition to the hot names of Zirkzee and Sesko, an old Devil’s obsession has resurfaced in recent days.

As reported by the well-known Roman newspaper, Furlani and Moncada would have once again set their sights on En Nesyri, the Sevilla striker born in 1997 and the Moroccan national team whose contract expires in June 2025.

The Rossoneri had already looked for En-Nesyri at the end of the last summer transfer window: once the Taremi operation with Porto fell through, with the Iranian now destined for Inter on a free transfer, Milan had in fact contacted Sevilla with an offer for the center forward.

En-Nesyri could be Vlahovic’s heir at Juventus

On the table was a onerous loan of 5 million euros with right of redemption set at 25 plus Origi’s loan with right of redemption at 5 million euros. The negotiation fell through because Sevilla wanted 30 million euros in cash on a permanent basis or with an obligation to buy and without the inclusion of Origi, who later ended up at Nottingham Forest, in the negotiation.

Today, however, things seem to have changed. Furlani and Moncada in fact risk losing Giroud, attracted by the American championship and therefore not certain of signing the renewal until 30 June 2025, and despite considering the permanence of Jovic, whose extension is now very close, they need to take precautions.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic also likes En Nesyri very much and the contractual deadline set for 30 June 2025 allows the Devil to hypothesize his arrival for a figure just under 20 million euros. For his part, the Moroccan center forward considers his experience in Spain closed and has therefore closed the doors to the renewal, putting his destiny in the hands of Sevilla: the Spanish club must decide whether to sell him in the summer, taking advantage of the last chance to monetize or keep him until the natural expiration of the contract.

Finally, in the notebook of the Rossoneri management, in addition to the aforementioned Zirkzee, Sesko and En-Nesyri, Jonathan David of Lille also remains.

The Canadian center forward has long given his consent to the possible transfer to Milanello and also in this case the expiration of the contract with the French club set for 30 June 2025 could allow the Devil to conclude the purchase for a sum not exceeding 20 million euros.

Sarri-Lazio at the end credits: Lotito thunders against the coach

Monday’s defeat against Fiorentina and the subsequent post-match statements have further damaged the relationship between the Tuscan coach and the owner of the Biancocelesti. Farewell is a concrete hypothesis.

The owner of Lazio, intercepted by the microphones of The messengerthundered against the Biancocelesti Commander, guilty, after the defeat of the Franchi, of having defined the Biancocelesti squad as non-competitive for 4 competitions:

The squad is strong and competitive. Sarri takes responsibility for him together with the team, instead of always finding alibis. The market has nothing to do with the defeat of Florence and the other 9. At the end of the season we will make a definitive assessment“.

Maurizio Sarri could leave Lazio at the end of the season

The climate is therefore certainly not the best. The whole environment seems saturated with the football way of thinking of the former Napoli player who for his part absolutely did not share the management of the summer transfer market. Sarri had in fact asked Zielinski and Berardi as first choices and then, over the summer, Ricci from Torino for the midfield. None of the players mentioned arrived in Formello.

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The Tuscan coach therefore blames Lotito for the decision to make the transfer without taking into account the wishes of the coach and also the old guard, from Immobile to Luis Alberto, the coach seems to have given up and everything is at stake in this final part of the season. There will be no exemption for the moment but it is clear that the parties will have to make a final decision with the ball still in place.

Sarri has a contract with Lazio until 30 June 2025 for 4 million euros per season, bonuses included, but as he has always explained, contracts are worth little if there is no desire to continue together.

In the meantime DS Fabiani has charged the team to Formello: despite the difficult moment i biancocelesti they are played a lot in the remaining 12 championship matches, without forgetting the second leg of the Champions League second leg against Bayern Munich and the two semi-finals of the Italian Cup against Juve.

From Ryad the commitments every three days have been a massacre, but nothing is lost and we must not give up now. Unfortunately we arrived at the last appointment in pieces. Provedel couldn’t stand, Marusic shouldn’t have played, Casale and Romagnoli had a fever of 38, Vecino was forced onto the field as well as Zaccagni after many races in the pits. Isaksen had a sore rectus femoris, Gila was disqualified, Rovella and Patric were out. Fiorentina had played 8 days before, we had played 4 days before against Torino.”

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