The 0-0 draw with Milan may not be enough to keep Giuseppe Sannino in charge of Chievo Verona.
The tactician moved to Verona in the summer after two stints at Palermo, but his side sit bottom of the table after picking up just one win and six points from their 12 games so far.
According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, club President Luca Campedelli will consider axing the former Siena man over the next few days.
Campedelli is understood to have already held talks with Eugenio Corini, the man who surprisingly left the Bentegodi outfit in the summer.
The former midfielder is understood to have told Campedelli that he is ready to return, but only in exchange for a two-year contract.
Domenico Di Carlo, another former Chievo boss, and Carmine Gautieri are other options for the Flying Donkeys.
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