Crotone are reportedly considering Roberto D’Aversa to replace Giovanni Stroppa, who must turn things around quickly to save his job at the Ezio Scida.
The 4-2 defeat to Cagliari on Sunday leaves Crotone with one point from five games, having picked up their only point against the reigning champions Juventus on October 17.
Tuttomercatoweb claims Stroppa will have two League games to turn things around, with a home game against Atalanta and a trip to Torino before the next international break.
On Wednesday, the newly promoted side face SPAL in the Coppa Italia, but the outlet claims D’Aversa appears as a possible alternative to Stroppa at the Ezio Scida.
The former Parma coach has been without a job since he was replaced by Fabio Liverani at Parma after 2019-20.