Genoa will reportedly consider the future of boss Pasquale Marino following Sunday’s 5-4 loss at Inter.
The ambitious Rossoblu haven’t won in eight games and are now just six points above the drop zone.
According to the Corriere dello Sport, President Enrico Preziosi is pondering a change given that the team have collected just four points from the last 24 on offer.
Marino was only appointed at Christmas after Alberto Malesani was axed following the 6-1 thrashing at Napoli.
It is being claimed that Malesani could be recalled for the last eight matches of the campaign. Genoa face Novara next.
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