The coach has been repeatedly linked to Roma but there’s also a plan B if Conte signs for another club.
All-in on Antonio Conte. Jim Pallotta wants first-quality professionals in his club after a very disappointing campaign led by the Spanish sporting director Monchi and Eusebio Di Francesco.
Claudio Ranieri is miraculously leading the group towards an unexpected qualification for the Champions League albeit the players had shown serious physical deficiencies during EDF’s period.
The fans of the Lupi believe in the miracle, or rather two. The European competition would provide them with immense joy but, for the first time since Capello‘s arrival in the eternal city, another coach is eagerly awaited in the Italian capital.
Roma want Conte and the club of Trigoria may be the best professional experience for him at this time.
According to Ilario Di Giovambattista, the director of the Italian Radio Radio, yesterday, the coach met Roma officials before traveling to northern Italy to attend the Serie A clash Torino-Milan.
Something is, therefore, moving on between the two parties. But if Conte could not be persuaded, a safe landing would be chosen confirming Claudio Ranieri, a coach who is doing wonderful things with his beloved club.