Vincenzo Montella says he could still stay with AS Roma.
He was drafted in from the youth team after Claudio Ranieriâ€™s resignation and, with a point against Sampdoria tomorrow, will take them to the Europa League.
â€śI donâ€™t think a decision has been made yet,â€ť insisted Montella.
â€śI do not know if I have lost ground in terms of my Roma future, but the most gratifying thing for me in these months has been the respect from players and directors.â€ť
Chievo boss Stefano Pioli confirmed he had been in talks with the new Giallorossi owners, while Didier Deschamps and Carlo Ancelotti are among the other candidates.
â€śThe meeting with Pioli did not annoy me. Maybe it wouldâ€™ve done had it been over the past three months, but I donâ€™t want to talk about this today. I do not need to put forward my own candidacy and Iâ€™m not saying that Roma are the best option for me. In any case, I think Iâ€™m still in the running.â€ť