Luis Alberto has extended his Lazio contract until 2027, the Serie A club announced ahead of their Champions League clash with Celtic.
In a statement released on Monday night, Lazio said that Spain midfielder Luis Alberto “has extended a contract that keeps him with the club for the next four years”.
The 30-year-old has been at Lazio since signing from Liverpool in 2013, playing 270 matches and scoring 49 times in all competitions.
Lazio are 16th in Serie A after collecting just seven points from their first seven league matches, a situation which has put disgruntled coach Maurizio Sarri under pressure.
The Roman club travel to Glasgow to face Celtic on Wednesday after snatching a last-gasp draw in their Champions League opener with Atletico Madrid a fortnight ago thanks to goalkeeper Ivan Provedel.
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