Chievo Verona boss Eugenio Corini is in no rush to sort out his future. “I’m thinking about today.”
The former player, who spent five seasons with the outfit as a midfielder, replaced Domenico Di Carlo on the bench in October 2012.
Chievo were in relegation trouble at the time, but, with five games left, they are now joint eleventh thanks to 39 points from 33 games.
“There is an option in my contract for another 12 months,” the 42-year-old commented. “We’ll talk about next season when the club call me.
“For now I’m thinking about today. I’ll face any circumstance with serenity and tranquillity.”
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