By Joe Avicolli
Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini has insisted that coach Rudi Garcia will still have his position at the helm of the capital city club next season.
The Giallorossi’s inconsistent run throughout the 2014/15 campaign has led many to believe that the Italian side could be looking for a new tactician to replace the Frenchman as they continue building the squad in the coming months, though Sabatini has revealed that the coach is focused on continuing his project at the Stadio Olimpico outfit and admits that he’s satisfied with they way things are going at the club.
Sabatini spoke to the press during a recent Roma Cares event about Garcia’s future at the club and commented on the coach’s importance to the Lupi.
“Garcia? I have already spoken on this subject yesterday,” said the 60-year-old.
“There seems to be some who wish to demean what we did which was really important, especially for those who don’t speak to the microphones and work very hard behind the scenes.
“I know that this speculation is exciting, but we’ll be in a room together in a few days when we meet in London. Rudi has always attended these scheduled meetings.
“Is there a 100% chance that he will remain? Certainly.”