Lazio goalkeeper Pepe Reina is in the twilight of his football career at the age of 38 and he has revealed what his next career would be when he hangs up his gloves. Pepe Reina talked about his career in an exclusive interview with Tell Me, a program on the Lazio Style Channel. According to him, his plan is to follow in the footsteps of a lot of his past teammates by becoming a coach.

Ex-national team colleagues like Xavi Hernandez, Xabi Alonso and Marcos Senna have already gone into coaching. He also confirmed that him and his family will return to Madrid after his playing career as they have a house, a project and a vision of life in the Spanish capital.


Lazio are firmly in the Champions League race after their big win over AC Milan in the Italian Serie A. The Italian capital club got the better of Milan who are fellow contenders in the race to qualify for Champions League football. The first four teams in the Italian top flight will secure spots in the Champions League in the new season.

Pepe Reina was in goal as Lazio got the better of Milan to close the gap on the leading pack in the Champions League race as far as the Italian Serie A is concerned. The ex-Liverpool shot stopper was able to keep a clean sheet for Lazio during the game. Pepe Reina didn’t concede a goal as Lazio thrashed Milan 3-0 at home to move within five points of their opponents.
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Milan, Pepe Reina: “In this Stage, it is Always the Same Story”

The Milan goalkeeper, Pepe Reina, the protagonist of the duels with Juventus at the time of Napoli, comments with bitterness on the key episodes of the match that have affected the course of the match. It’s always the same story. We were denied two solar penalties. And the one about Alex Alex Sandro that was also there for Juventus players”.

“In this stage, it is always the same story.”Pepe Reina knows the Allianz, the home of Juventus. He was the protagonist of many battles in the ranks of Naples. He was among the poles and exulted like a madman when in April 2018 Kalidou Koulibaly climbed into the sky and, headed, scored the winning goal that allowed the Azzurri to reopen the championship. The goal brought down the strong hold that the Bianconeri had erected between their walls. The goals sparked the joy of an entire city giving it the thrill of being able to compete for the championship. That network was the pinnacle of Sarri’s team that went from euphoria to a historic success like the record of points (91) to the disappointment for the title lost in a hotel in Florence.
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