Spanish outlet AS has reported that Roma boss Paulo Fonseca could be replaced by former Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Reportedly, the Giallorossi after pondering their managerial position given their recent elimination from the Europa League coupled with the upcoming change in ownership.
Pochettino has been previously linked to Juventus, who have chosen Andrea Pirlo as their next manager following the sacking of Maurizio Sarri, and PSG.
The Argentine managed the London based side for nearly five and a half years before ultimately being replaced last November by Josè Mourinho.
In 293 matches in charge of Spurs, Pochettino achieved a record of 160 wins, 60 draws, and 73 losses.