After just one match in the season, Roma manager Paulo Fonseca’s position at the club is already under question.
The Giallorossi were handed a 0-3 loss by the sporting judge for their match against Verona after Amadou Diawara was incorrectly inserted into the club’s Under-22 list. Meanwhile, the poor end to last season also continues to weigh on the mind of the club after Fonseca’s side were nonexistent in their Europa League match against Sevilla.
Furthermore, the whispers about the potential arrival of Max Allegri, Maurizio Sarri, or Ralf Rangnick continue to cast shadows over Fonseca, according to La Stampa.
Above all, the profile of Allegri is one that greatly intrigues Roma. There has been indirect contact with the Livorno-born manager and the Giallorossi have hinted that they would be willing to offer the former Juve coach important wages at €7.5 million per season — a figure that would satisfy the request of the 53 year-old.