Sinisa Mihajlovic is reportedly reconsidering his Sampdoria status after another resignation in the staff.
The Coach was convinced to remain at the helm after new President Massimo Ferrero bought out the club from Edoardo Garrone in May.
However, there are growing reports on Sportitalia and Sky Sport Italia of serious problems within the Blucerchiati ranks.
Director of communications Alberto Marangon is the latest to resign after 12 years at Marassi.
Ariedo Braida, who only came in from Milan a few months ago, also quit this month.
This could push Coach Mihajlovic to reconsider his situation at Sampdoria, especially with a job opening up at Juventus following Antonio Conte’s surprise resignation.
Mihajlovic had been one of the candidates for the Bianconeri bench earlier this year when Conte had seemed ready to move on.
It would be a tough sell, as the Serbian tactician has a past with Juve's two main rivals, Inter and Fiorentina.
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