Earlier this month, Manchester United Women confirmed Casey Stoney will step down from her position as manager at the end of this season.
Before the news was made official, reports stated the 39-year-old had been unhappy with some of the training conditions at the club for the past few months.
Stoney has already managed her last game for United and that came in their 3-2 defeat at the hands of Leicester City in the Women’s FA Cup tie last weekend.
The Women’s Super League [WSL] side could see striker Jane Ross follow Stoney out of the club, reports Tuttocalciofemminile, relayed by TuttoMercatoWeb.
Ross, who joined the English club from West Ham United in 2019, is ‘determined to leave England’ to try an ‘overseas experience’.
Therefore, the 31-year-old ‘focuses on Italy’, where Juventus, AS Roma and Fiorentina are named as suitors.
TFC explain the Scotland international has given a mandate to Sport Manager Group to help her find a club in Italy.
Juve, Roma and Fiorentina ‘like’ the Manchester United Women player, but the report makes it clear there are no negotiations going on currently.