The relationship between the Stadio Olimpico side and the Italian tactician seems to be growing in the Italian capital and according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, patron Claudio Lotito is more than happy to commit to the coach.
The former Chelsea, Juventus and Napoli coach penned a two-year deal over the summer, but the Aquile were already convinced then.
Claudio Lotito wanted a four-year deal with Sarri back in July and the results on the pitch have reassured the patron to revive the idea of an extension.
Maurizio Sarri has started the work to rejuvenate the oldest squad in Serie A - with its average age of 29 and the newspaper claims Lotito wants to sit down and discuss a possible contract until 2025 as soon as possible.
The Biancocelesti are currently sixth in Serie A with 18 points from 11 matches and are preparing for the fourth round of fixtures in the Europa League against Olympique Marseille on Thursday.
Lazio are second in Group E and a win at the Stade Velodrome would surely take them one step further towards qualification for the knockout stages.
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