RomaPress – Mauro Baldissoni, Pantaleo Longo, Manolo Zubiria, and soon Francesco Calvo. The list of executives who have departed Roma since Dan and Ryan Friedkin’s takeover continues to grow, but one name who won’t be added to the file of “ex-employees”, at least for now, is CEO Guido Fienga.
Fienga has grown in popularity since the Friedkin’s officially arrived in the Italian capital in mid-August after they purchased Roma from James Pallotta. The Italian played a key role in the negotiations and and even though the father-son duo wanted to initially appoint their own CEO, they have been left impressed by the job Fienga has done since they arrived.
A legal source from The Friedkin Group has confirmed to RomaPress that the 50 year-old, who originally joined Roma in 2013, is set to sign a new two-year contract with the club in the coming weeks as his current contract expires on the 30th of June.
The Friedkin’s and Fienga are entering their sixth month of working together and have every intention of extending the relationship and all signs point to him putting pen to paper on a new contract soon.