After having officially retired as a player in January, Daniele De Rossi could soon return to the football world and begin his managerial career.
Calciomercato.com reports that the former midfielder is set to meet with Roma CEO Guido Fienga to discuss a potential return to the club.
Reportedly, the Giallorossi are ready to hand De Rossi a managerial post for one of their youth teams after Bologna opted against appointing him as the manager of their Primavera.
De Rossi has long expressed his desire to become a manager following his playing days. However, after his acrimonious departure from Roma, a return to the club remained a question mark.
But since former Roma owner James Pallotta has officially left the club, new owner Dan Friedkin appears ready to repair the relationship with the club legend.