Roma will reportedly stick with Eusebio Di Francesco after not being ‘convinced’ by the likes of Paulo Sousa.
It had been reported that Sousa led a list of names to replace Di Francesco, but Corriere della Sera insists the incumbent will be given time to turn Roma’s season around.
The newspaper explains the Giallorossi have ‘no Plan B’ and are backing the former Sassuolo boss, in part because it would be expensive to sack him, given he recently extended his contract.
However, Antonio Conte’s ‘costs and ambitions’ would have deterred Roma from making a move for the ex-Chelsea and Juventus Coach.
The Lupi, who have lost three of their last four games, will look to get out of their rut when they face nearby Frosinone on Wednesday.