INDISCREZIONE RN: Rome, there is the possibility Sarri but he waits for the waltz of the benches


ROMANEWS PANCHINA ROMA SARRI – 72 days to May 26, day of the last day of Series A when Rome will challenge Parma at the Stadio Olimpico and the curtain will finally fall on the 2018-19 season. A difficult year that saw a real revolution at the beginning of March: exemption of Di Francesco farewell to Monchi and removal of a medical doctor and staff of physiotherapists. At the Giallorossa, therefore, it is already time to think about the future and as expected by contract, the adventure of Claudio Ranieri on the Giallorossi bench could end as early as June. For this reason the club would be analyzing more than a few profiles to start a new technical project.

CHAPTER SARRI – Maurizio Sarri is undoubtedly the special observed in recent weeks in Trigoria. As collected by Romanews.eu in fact, he seems to be the technician identified by Rome to lay the foundations for a new path. The adventure at Chelsea of the former Napoli in fact, hangs by a thread: only the victory of the 'Europa League or the direct qualification in Champions – currently sixth at -3 from fourth place with one game less – could save his place on the 'blues' bench. But right now it's not the only name on the Giallorossi's wish list.

BUT NOT ONLY – It's the time for reflections at home Rome and, therefore, cannot be Sarri the only name on the managers' notebook. The intention, in fact, in Trigoria would be to play waiting: monitor what the other big club's moves will be and check if there will be a waltz on the European benches making themselves ready to seize the most congenial occasion for the Giallorossa's projects. In short, June seems to be around the corner, but the future of Rome is still to be decided, between contacts and expectations. And with a fourth place to be conquered.

Alessandro Tagliaboschi

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