Roma patron Dan Friedkin is reportedly upset with trainer Paulo Fonseca’s effects in opposition to the massive groups and research the imaginable successors for subsequent season.
Il Corriere dello Game experiences the brand new house owners aren’t proud of Fonseca’s go back, particularly in opposition to the larger groups in Italy.
Some other setback in opposition to Milan final weekend endured a dire shape in opposition to the highest facets underneath Fonseca, with simplest 3 wins in 21 video games in opposition to the highest groups, together with the Coppa Italia.
Towards Inter, Milan, Juventus, Atalanta, Napoli and Lazio this time period, Roma have scored 9 targets and conceded 22, and the document claims the fragility in opposition to the massive groups may result in the Portuguese trainer’s farewell this summer season.
Fonseca has a clause in his contract that may routinely lengthen his keep on the Olimpico will have to Roma qualify for the Champions League, however the newspaper claims patron Friedkin is already on the lookout for a brand new trainer.
The American house owners wish to spend money on the staff to make it extra aggressive, with Max Allegri and Maurizio Sarri discussed as imaginable successors.
Roma and Allegri spoke in September, in step with the opening, and the Tuscan trainer has given his willingness to take over at Trigoria.
However Sarri is some other candidate, ready to know how he’ll terminate his contract with Juventus.
The previous Napoli trainer may ‘value much less’ than Allegri for the Giallorossi and the document claims he desires the process.