Lazio have confirmed that Ciro Immobile and Thomas Strakosha have both extended their contracts until the summer of 2022.
Albania goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha, 22, came through the club’s ranks and made his debut in 2012, while Ciro Immobile, 27, is in red-hot form and already has 15 goals from just 12 games for the Serie A side this season.
Immobile’s previous contract ran until 2021. The 27-year-old forward will reportedly earn 2.5 million euros ($3 million) a season plus bonuses.
Strakosha shared the goalkeeping duties with Federico Marchetti last term but has cemented his place as first choice this season.
Lazio will look to make it six straight triumphs in all competitions when they host Cagliari on Sunday.