Doubts continue over Francesco Guidolin’s future at Udinese, with the Zebrette reportedly drawing up a list of potential replacements.
The Bianconeri have endured a difficult fourth season under the 58-year-old and look set to finish outside the European qualification places for the first time during the tactician’s second stint in charge.
Speculation through the season has been that the relationship between the Pozzo family and Guidolin was breaking down and the Gazzetta dello Sport reiterate this belief in today’s edition.
The pink paper allege that owner Giampaolo Pozzo is now unconvinced with a number of various technical aspects to Guidolin’s work this term.
It is a situation that apparently has the club drawing up a list of possible replacements, with Guidolin’s exit in the summer seen as an increasing possibility.
Eusebio Di Francesco and Rolando Maran are the first names seen as in contention.
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