Gattuso on Future Managerial Role, Potential Move to Salernitana

Gennaro Gattuso left Valencia earlier this year following the termination of his contract with the club by mutual consent, and the ex-Milan midfielder is still in the dark regarding his next club. Napoli were Gattuso’s latest Italian club, but he is open to moving abroad after his latest adventure at Valencia.

Speaking to Radio Rai (via Calciomercato), Gattuso disclosed his current standing regarding his next managerial move.

“In Italy or abroad? I don’t know. The experiences I had in Valencia were incredible, I knew they had problems with a square against the presidency. I like to see all football, I’m a very curious one. I like to coach abroad or in Italy. I have to feel the confidence. Serie A in the last two or three years has become very competitive. You no longer play football that is waiting, the results in Europe are no coincidence. I’d like to go back to Italy, but let’s see.”

Salernitana have been mentioned as the former Palermo and Pisa manager’s next destination.

“Salernitana? We must congratulate the company led by Iervolino. He has put a lot of money into it, he is building a sports center and we must give him due credit also for his very clear ideas. It’s a well-built team, which is playing well with Paulo Sousa, trying to lead the game and adjusting the defensive phase. They can only do good.”

Gattuso is currently a free agent after leaving Valencia at the end of January due to a run of poor results.

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