Claudio Lotito isn’t pleased with how Maurizio Sarri is treating Daichi Kamada. He last started a month ago but was replaced at half-time and was an unused substitute for the four ensuing matches. The midfielder wasn’t called up for the AFC Asian Cup, but that didn’t help his case anyway, nor did it lead to his January exit, Il Messaggero informs.

The president wished the gaffer had given the newcomer more game time to assess him ahead of the call about his contract. It’s a seasonal one with a three-year option. He has been offered to a few teams by his entourage, but there’s no traction concerning his departure.

The camp of Kamada proposed him again to Milan, which left him at the altar last summer. Instead, Olympique Marseille only want him gratis. He’d love to move to Spain, where Valencia and Real Sociedad could be keen on a Bosman addition.

Barring an unexpected turnaround, the Japanese will be on his way out in the summer without making a peep. It’d be a net loss for the Biancocelesti, even though they didn’t pay a fee to onboard him. They have spent €5M in commissions and €4M gross for his wages.

Our Take on Lazio and Kamada

He probably doesn’t have the right traits to play as a box-to-box in Italy, but they never really gave him a shot even when Luis Alberto was in a funk or gassed. They’ll have to take their lumps on it.

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