After being linked with the Genoa job yesterday, Luigi Del Neri is now seeing his name associated with Parma.
Del Neri was being talked about as a possible replacement for Alberto Malesani at Marassi until Pasquale Marino got the nod on Thursday.
Nevertheless, the Gazzetta dello Sport is suggesting that Del Neri is on the radar of Parma officials should they opt for a coaching change in 2012.
Parma are currently bossed by Franco Colomba, but the Gialloblu have had a tough season so far and currently find themselves in 13th – seven points above the drop zone.
The Tardini outfit have only won one of their last six games in Serie A – and that was back in Week 12 against Udinese.
They’ve also collected just three points out of the last 12 available.
Del Neri has been out of a job since he was replaced at Juventus by former Siena tactician Antonio Conte over the summer.
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