Roma Head coach Luciano Spalletti is relaxed about his future at Roma despite facing a fan backlash over his treatment of departing club great Francesco Totti.
The head coach faced a chorus of boos when his name was read out before Totti’s last match in a Roma shirt, Sunday’s 3-2 Serie A victory over Genoa at the Stadio Olimpico.
Spalletti left 40-year-old Totti out of his first team for most of the season as a younger forward line plundered the best part of the 90 goals that secured an impressive second-placed finish for Roma.
Inter Milan are reportedly keen to offer Spalletti a new challenge at the San Siro but the former Zenit St Petersburg boss is still weighing up his options in the Eternal City.
Spalletti told Gazzetta dello Sport: “When you train a team like Roma you have to always be focused on securing victories.
“Sometimes second place is not acceptable, but I think this has been a great achievement.
“I am going to have an end-of-season meeting with the board and after we’ve talked I’ll make my position clear. We will do it as soon as possible, because it’s right that you all know what’s happening.”