Andrea Stramaccioni parted company with Udinese and is now tipped to take over at Greek club Olympiacos.
The former Inter Coach did not share their views on how to progress next season, so terminated his contract by mutual consent after only one year.
Now he is a free agent and La Gazzetta dello Sport claim Stramaccioni is being considered for the Olympiacos bench.
They won their fifth consecutive Souper Ligka title and qualified for the Champions League, but need a replacement after Vitor Pereira went to Fenerbahce.
Pereira was their second Coach of the campaign, as Michel had been fired early on.
It’s reported Strama is considering the challenge, but would need to find suitable staff to assist him.
Andrea Stramaccioni was assistant manager at Udinese, but this week signed on as the new team manager at Inter.
Another option is Roberto Muzzi, though it seems he turned down the proposal.