Roma prepare summer revolution

Andy Mattioli

Roma are reportedly set to undergo numerous management and roster-related changes once this season comes to an end.

According to today’s edition of La Repubblica, with Tiago Pinto’s departure scheduled to take place in February, Roma President Dan Friedkin is determined to revolutionize the club’s hierarchy.

The newspaper suggests Roma will announce the new sporting director in the first week of February. Then, they will turn their attention to Jose Mourinho’s contractual situation.

Roma are not expected to renew Mourinho’s deal. The Special One will, in all likelihood, leave the Italian capital at the end of the season.

In his place, the Friedkins want to introduce a younger coach who will work closely with the newly appointed sporting director as part of yet another long-term club project.

The sporting director’s priority will be to significantly reduce the team’s wage bill which currently ranks third in all of Serie A and bring in a new batch of players into the team’s starting XI.

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