At the end of the season, Paulo Fonseca will leave the position of AS Roma’s head coach in the Italian Football League.
The club announced the news on Tuesday, two days before Roma will host Manchester United in the semifinals of the Europa League. Last Thursday, the England team at Old Trafford defeated the first game 6-2.
This is the second season of the 48-year-old Portuguese professional player. He is the head of AS Roma. Before that, he also managed the Porto and Braga football clubs in his home country. From 2016 to 2019, he was Coach of Sahtar Donetsk, Ukraine.
The Italian capitals did not have an outstanding season in Serie A in the four rounds before the end of the series, and only ranked seventh.
According to news reports, Maurizio Sarri, who has coached Naples, Chelsea and Juventus, may be Fonseca’s successor in Rome.
On Sunday, Roma will host Army drivers and the eliminated Crotone in the 35th round of Serie A.