The away win at Palermo has slightly calmed AS Roma’s troubled environment. After having “lost the route” due to the triple defeats suffered against Lazio, Napoli, and Lione, Spalletti’s crew seems to be back on the right path.
According to Calciomercato.it doubts remain even due to the lack of reliability of the rosanero that were certainly not an insurmountable obstacle, especially for a team who want to win the Serie A title.
James Pallotta’s words are still there to demonstrate that the AS Roma president is a bit disappointed about the physical status of the players and the low turnover applied by the Tuscan coach.
ASRoma360 reported the interview that Pallotta released on SiriusXM FC as well as his words on Roma Radio!
James Pallotta’s statements feed the transfer market’s fire. Luciano Spalletti doesn’t seem to be convinced about remaining at Roma and, if Allegri will decide to join Arsenal, the Tuscan coach could decide to land in the Juventus’ word.
AS Roma looking for Spalletti’s replacement – The names
After the AS Roma’s deserved win against Palermo at the Barbera stadium, Luciano Spalletti maliciously stated, “if I lose another two matches I will not finish the season because they’ll fire me.” The actual scenario is completed and not reassuring at all. This is the reason why the AS Roma management is looking for Spalletti’s replacement, also due to the imminent expiration of his contract that will be due in June.
Two former AS Roma footballers are the main candidates to replace the Tuscan coach, Eusebio Di Francesco and Vincenzo Montella. The first seems to be ready for a new experience somewhere else after having demonstrated his value at Sassuolo. Montella’s season was made of ups and downs but, moreover, in this moment of transition between the old and the new ownership, it’s not clear if Sino-Europe Sport Investment will be willing to renew his contract.
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