Roma think about replacing Fonseca with Allegri

The 'giallorossi' value the change on the bench for weeks and have already had contacts with the former Juventus.


The Friedkins have not had a smooth start at the helm of Roma. In addition to the economic crisis, inevitable with Covid-19, the Giallorossi had to deal with the serious injury of Zaniolo, the soap opera Dzeko-Milik (the Bosnian did not find it good to give up Juve), the defeat due to the improper alignment de Diawara against Verona ... And soon more surprises may come. The Roma directive is seriously considering the idea of firing coach Paulo Fonseca, something about which this newspaper already warned on August 8. The dismissal can be finalized in the coming weeks, regardless of the results that the Portuguese achieves in the field.

In Rome it is very clear who will be chosen to replace him: Massimiliano Allegri. The ex-Juventino is living his second year away from the benches, and apparently he already wants to return to the ring. During the program 'Ballando con le Stelle', questioned about Roma, he responded with a "we will see" that further fueled the rumors. Today his name was linked to the giallorosso club in practically all the Italian press: on the table would be a contract of 8 million euros per season. Offer that the coach would accept despite a project that will need time and patience to win again. It remains to be seen, now, when the change would take place. The season has just started and on Sunday there will be a delicate Roma-Juve: if Fonseca manages to beat the champion, firing him will be much more complicated ... 444 444

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