Roma director Morgan De Sanctis has penned a new contract that will keep him at the club until June 2023.
According to Il Messaggero, the Italian executive has extended his deal with the club and will continue to work in multiple capacities.
The 44 year-old former goalkeeper has held various roles since returning to Roma in June 2017 following his retirement from football.
Initially appointed as team manager, De Sanctis recently transitioned into a new role that has him overseeing the Giallorossi’s youth academy.
He has also emerged as one of the club’s most esteemed executives, becoming a highly influential figure within the club as well as one of the most trusted advisors to General Director Tiago Pinto.
His work at Roma has led to approaches from multiple clubs in recent seasons, including Ternana and Ascoli—interested in appointing him as their new Sporting Director.
However, De Sanctis rejected those proposals in favor of remaining in the Italian capital.