AS Roma midfielder Jeremy Menez admits he doesn't see eye-to-eye with coach Vincenzo Montella.
Menez says he enjoyed his football more under previous manager Claudio Ranieri.
âEverything was going fine until March when Ranieri left,â Menez told France Football. âI was disappointed by his exit.
âWhen Ranieri arrived, there was a clear objective. We calmly spoke about it in his office. He told me what he expected and that was it.
âI worked hard and over the summer he told me that he wanted to rely on me. He helped me a lot and I repaid him on the pitch.â
The future of the former Monaco player is now in doubt, with a move perhaps likely given his contract situation.
âI still have another year on my agreement,â he added. âOnce the season is over Iâll talk with the club to understand what they want to do with me.â