Francesco Totti and Luis Enrique give  the hand in a party of the Rome


Francesco Totti does not go of the football... Neither of his wanted to Rome

Published:17/06/2017 - 17:24h

Updated:17/06/2017 - 17:40h

Francesco Totti has decided to leave the football in active and will incorporate to the sportive direction of the ACE Rome where will act elbow with elbow with Eusebio Gave Francesco, new technician giallorrosso

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Francesco Totti has gone valuing the offers that had on of the table to keep on being professional footballer and seems that finally it would have decided to incorporate to the directive of the Rome.

Like this it explains it this Saturday the 'Ran dello Sport'. The presence of Totti in the managerial giallorrossa will serve of motivation for the youngest footballers of the club since it has been the big reference of the team during at all more and at all less than 25 years.

The function of Francesco Totti in the staff technical of the Rome will be the one of link between the changing room and the new trainer, Eusebio gave Francesco, the one who initiates a new stage in the club capitalino sutituyendo to the technician Luciano Spalletti. Totti Will be in narrow contact with the mánager of the entity, the exportero Morgan of Sanctis.

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Jean Michaël Seri, that has sounded in the last weeks to reinforce to several teams between which finds the Barça, could recalar the next season in the Rome according to the informations arisen recently in Italy.

And it is that the sportive director of the square 'giallorossi', the ex of the Seville Monchi, would have been the fastest in the negotiations with the Nice, and would be closing the fringes to concretise the operation in a near price to the 20 million euros.

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