Roma’s Race for New Sporting Director Includes Massara

The Roma football club seems poised for management changes as the recent departure of Tiago Pinto has left the role of Sporting Director vacant. According to today’s report by the Corriere dello Sport, Roma has narrowed their search to two candidates.

Paul Mitchell, an English former executive of Southampton and the Red Bull group, represents one high-profile choice for the Italian outfit.

The other candidate under consideration is Frederic Massara, who recently parted ways with Milan on the back of last season, alongside Paolo Maldini. Should Massara be appointed, it would mark a return for him to Roma, having previously worked for the Giallorossi ahead of Monchi’s arrival. His tenure left a particularly favourable impression on numerous club members, such as De Rossi.

Further details are expected to emerge soon as Roma look to fill in the vacant executive position and navigate their future footballing operations. The news comes via Milan’s sports reporting outlet Milan News 24, offering an insight into Roma’s next possible moves.

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