Udinese are reportedly evaluating Luca Gotti’s position as head coach at the Friuli, after a 3-1 defeat to Empoli on Monday night.
The Bianconeri threw away a one-goal lead from the first half, when Empoli turned it around at the Carlo Castellani on Monday and Gotti’s men are thus stuck at 14th in the table after 16 games.
Udinese have picked up 16 points from as many games and are four games without a win, including a 4-4 draw with Lazio last week.
But the 3-1 defeat to newly promoted Empoli could be Gotti’s last game in charge of the club, as SportItalia reports the board at the Dacia Arena are evaluating his position in charge of the first team.
Gotti took over as head coach in November 2019, when he first started as an interim choice after Igor Tudor lost the position.
The 54-year-old was Tudor’s assistant, but has since been in charge of the Friuli and his deal with the club expires in June 2022.
— Gianluigi Longari (@Glongari) December 6, 2021