Il Corriere dello Sport announced that Roma President Dan Friedkin succeeds in making progress with a ‘silent revolution’ when some new figures are expected to move to the club.
The team’s performances in this season were very satisfying to the new Roma owner.
The Giallorossi are three points lower on the table than leaders Milan. By now, they are in a Champions League placement.
The revolution Friedkin is conducting is not mostly on the pitch.
Chief of staff Federica Bafaro put an end to his deal with the club yesterday while Stefano Scalera will soon enter the club’s control room.
He is serving as Deputy Head of Cabinet of the Ministry of Economy and Finance in Italy right now.
As Roma continues for finding a new leader, Friedkins do not hurry up for building a new stadium.