Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini insists the aim is to bounce straight back into the top-flight following this weekend’s relegation.
The Rosanero will be playing Serie B football next term after a variety of coaching and director changes back-fired.
“I was constructing a new cycle with boss Giuseppe Sannino and director Giorgio Perinetti, then I made the biggest mistake I have ever made when I replaced them,” Zamparini told Radio Rai.
“I then made another error in over-estimating Gian Piero Gasperini, a Coach I really liked but one who was not comfortable with the squad.
“It was a difficult year, where everything went wrong, but we now want to start again with a great desire to get back into Serie A.
“I’ll now talk to the players in an effort to cut some of the highest wages. Saying that, I don’t think relegation will be a financial drama for Palermo. It may even help.”
Zamparini eventually recalled Sannino and Perinetti and they look like they may be retained for the 2013-14 campaign.
“I’ll perhaps meet with Sannino and Perinetti today,” he added.
“We’ll probably keep Abel Hernandez and Paulo Dybala, two players who will make the difference in Serie B. We’ll then build a competitive team.”
Hernandez is a 22-year-old Uruguayan international who missed most of the season with knee ligament damage.
Dybala, meanwhile, is a highly-rated 19-year-old Argentine attacker.
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