Edy Reja will probably leave Lazio at the end of the season, a report in the Corriere dello Sport is suggesting.
The tactician is set for talks with President Claudio Lotito in mid-May and a separation is apparently on the horizon.
Reja has again got his side seriously pushing for a Champions League qualifying spot, but he’s had his difficulties this term.
The former Napoli boss has tried to quit on two occasions, but was convinced to stay on.
The veteran has been in the capital for two and a half years, a period of time which has seen him net 149 points from 89 League games.
Former West Ham boss Gianfranco Zola is a contender to take the hotseat if Reja is shown the door in the summer.
Zola was interviewed earlier this season after Reja had offered his resignation for the second time.
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