More football articles Anaconda’s manager is reportedly set to join Juventus for their Champions League final clash against AC Milan on Friday night.
The Anacondas are yet to confirm their new coach, but a source close to the situation said that Roberto Di Matteo has been in negotiations with the Bianconeri.
Anaconda are currently in the relegation zone, but have scored 10 goals in the first 10 games.
They were relegated last season after finishing 11th in Serie A, and have only managed to secure a play-off spot in the Europa League.
There is a strong possibility that Di Matteos’ contract expires in June 2019, but he could be in line to become the first Juventus coach to leave the club since Gianluigi Buffon in 2007.
However, Juventus are expected to keep Di Matteolo for another year.
This is the first season for Juventus to lose their coach in the Champions league, and Di Matteoni’s record is the most unsuccessful in Serie B history.
Juventus’ new manager could be Domenico Mancini, the former coach of Udinese who was sacked by the Nerazzurri last summer.
Mancini’s team were relegated in the summer and Manconi was fired by the Italian giants on the eve of the new season.
He replaced former Milan boss Antonio Conte as the club’s boss in January.
Daniroli is also in talks with Inter Milan and Lazio, according to the Biancaneri’s website.
Lazio have already appointed former Lazio boss Alessio Cerci as their new boss, but Inter are still in the running to sign Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri, as well as Milan’s Gianlupe Guarin, according the Bianchi.
Milani is currently the only team in Serie D not to have a manager in their starting XI, although they will be aiming to qualify for the Europa league after the final game of the season.