Roma have sacked their head coach Eusebio Di Francesco with prompt impact, following the club’s exit from the UEFA Champions League the previous evening.
The previous evening the strategist wouldn’t address the media, bringing about a fine from UEFA, following the additional time Champions League exit to FC Porto.
It was his second pulverizing outcome in just a couple of days, after the 3-0 Derby della Capitale misfortune to Lazio on Saturday.
There was an emergency meeting this evening at the Trigoria preparing ground between executives Monchi, Mauro Baldissoni and Guido Fienga.
The choice was reported at 17.00 GMT.
Previous Sassuolo Coach Di Francesco had accepted the position in the mid year of 2017 and took Roma to their first Champions League semi-final in decades last season dispensing with Valverde’s Barcelona, just as a best three completion in Serie A.
He is expelled having played 87 games, having won 46, drawn 18 and lost 23.
It’s generally revealed Ranieri will taken over as a caretaker coach until the finish of the period.
This would be an arrival to the Stadio Olimpico for the 67-year-old, a self-admitted Giallorossi supporter, as he previously sat on their seat from September 2009 to February 2011.
His career has taken a descending turn since winning the Premier League with Leicester City in 2016, as he was terminated in February 2017.
Ranieri then had a spell at FC Nantes before taking over at Fulham in November 2018, just to be sacked on February 28.