spalletti: next juve or milan?

Reports in Italy suggest that Juventus are considering Roma coach Luicano Spalletti as a replacement for the under-fire Claudio Ranieri. However, president Rosella Sensi has insisted that the former Udinese tactician is not going anywhere. "Again, we have the greatest trust in Luciano Spalletti and this is the last time I will answer questions about his reappointment," claimed the Giallorossi patron to Roma Channel. "He is our coach until June 30, 2010 and possibly even beyond those terms." Meanwhile, she also continued to deny reports that Italian businessman Francesco Angelini, who heads a company in the pharmaceuticals industry in Italy, was going to purchase a significant stake in the club. "I distance myself from those who want to use the name of the club just for advertising," she concluded.

Roma coach Luciano Spalletti could be swapping the Olimpico for the San Siro this summer as a replacement for Milan tactician Carlo Ancelotti, according to reports. Il Corriere Dello Sport claims Ancelotti is likely to move to Chelsea, despite the coach insisting he will stay. Nevertheless, that possibility could lead to Spalletti heading north to replace the eventual vacant slot on the Milan bench.

The report suggests that Milan prefer Spalletti for his attacking brand of football as they aim for European success next term. However, landing the former Udinese coach could be difficult. Voices surrounding Trigoria imply that Rossoneri vice-president Adriano Galliani will not approach Giallorossi president Rosella Sensi given the good relationship between both clubs. The report also implies that leaving Roma is down to the coach himself. The Giallorossi have no intention of getting rid of their man, but Spalletti could ask to leave following all the recent hype at the club.

(Adam Scime&Salvatore Landolina


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