With just four points from the opening five games, Swansea City boss Francesco Guidolin is now under fire at the Welsh club.
Reports in the English media suggest Guidolin may be first managerial casualty this season, and could be on his way out of the club before the next international break in October.
The English media report Ryan Giggs could be the one replacing Guidolin at Swansea, but the Italian media don’t seem to be in agreement.
According to Italian website Gazzamercato, part of the Gazzetta dello Sport group, former Chelsea star Gianfranco Zola is being considered for the managerial job at Swansea.
Zola would team up with Pierluigi Casiraghi, also formerly of Chelsea, who was his assistant at Cagliari and Al-Arabi, at the Welsh club. It’s very much presented as a double package of the former Chelsea players.
Gazzamercato say Zola is ready to return to England after his managerial spells at Watford and West Ham.
Guidolin will be hoping to change his fortunes soon, but it looks a bit difficult with matches against Manchester City and Liverpool coming up for the Welsh side.