Eugenio Corini’s second run as Chievo Coach is up for discussion this week, as a meeting with Luca Campedelli and Giovanni Sartori is due.
The Flying Donkeys’ former midfielder first came in as Coach during the 2012-13 season to replace Mimmo Di Carlo, before leading the club to safety and then departing last summer by mutual consent.
Whilst he returned last November to replace Giuseppe Sannino and has since once more secured the Gialloblu’s top flight status, the 43-year-old is again speculated as in contention to leave the Bentegodi.
The Gazzetta dello Sport report that Corini is due to meet with club President Campedelli and sporting director Sartori this week.
Whilst Corini still has a year to go on his contract and has spoken of his desire to follow in Torino and Fiorentina’s example in planning a project with the Mussi Volanti, the pink paper say that Chievo have lined up former Coach Di Carlo and Avellino boss Massimo Rastelli as potential replacements, should talks with Corini not prove productive.
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