Claudio Ranieri, the boss of Sampdoria, will depart the club at the end of the season. Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri is rumored to have told the club that he will be leaving in the summer in search of a new opportunity. Read more about Ranieri will leave Sampdoria in the summer below.
The 69-year-old, who has been with the club since 2019, has agreed to leave after almost definitely ensuring the club’s longevity for the second year in a row. According to Campnews24, the 69-year-old has agreed not to renew his contract with the Genoese.
According to sources, Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero has already met with “Crvena Zvezda” head coach Dejan Stankovic to discuss future collaboration.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Ranieri wishes to pursue a club with more ambition rather than one that is just going sideways. He has already expressed this to the club’s president, Massimo Ferrero.
The Belgrade club pays the 42-year-old Serb 400 thousand euros a year.
The Blucerchiati are comfortably positioned in the 10th spot in Serie A with 36 points, ensuring their top-flight status for the second time.
Until now, the seasoned coach has led the Ligurian team on 62 occasions, winning 21, drawing 12, and losing 29 games for an average of 1.21 points per game.
For the rest of the season, Ranieri will depend on his players’ spirit in the expectation that they will end the season in the best Serie A spot possible.
Sampdoria is ranked tenth in Serie A after 29 games.