Morgan De Sanctis has left his role as a team manager for Roma and AC Milan are among the possible destinations, a report claims.
Following his retirement as a player, De Sanctis decided to stay in football and he was appointed a team manager with his former club Roma in August 2017, which essentially functions as a player liaison offer, as some will remember Christian Abbiati holding a similar role for the Rossoneri.
In the Autumn of that year he began UEFA’s coaching programme thus allowing him to coach youth teams and senior sides up to Serie C level and then in December 2017 he received his coaching licence. In December 2018, he also obtained his sporting director diploma through the Coverciano Technical Centre (via Wikipedia).
However, Il Messaggero (via Calciomercato.com) report how De Sanctis has left Roma as he now wants a job as a director, but he is also evaluating engaging projects such as those that Ascoli and Milan can provide, given that he would reunite with Ricky Massara at the latter.
In Rome he felt that he no no longer had the opportunity to grow because after the arrival of Vincenzo Vergine as head of the youth sector, his role with young players had changed, interrupting the work he had done for months.