The managerial situation has been resolved, now Roma must “officially” make Petrachi the new sporting director. The Giallorossi have found their new manager in Fonseca, who will electronically sign his contract in the coming hours then fly to London on Wednesday to meet with the club’s hierarchy, as now they await for Gianluca Petrachi to free himself from Torino. Il Tempo reports that Torino president Urbano Cairo is insisting on compensation from the Giallorossi, who have no intention of paying anything. The Granata are, therefore, pondering taking legal action against Petrachi, who was spotted at Fiumicino with Roma CEO Guido Fienga after the pair closed the deal for Paulo Fonseca. Roma are waiting to see how the situation evolves.