Last week, Ivan Juric, manager of Torino, made it very clear that he would only stay at the club if they managed to qualify for Europe.
That dream, as Tuttosport explain, is fading as quickly as the days pass, and there are clubs, like West Bromwich Albion, who are interested in the Croatian decision maker.
While Torino plan for the future, there has been a ‘sensational indiscretion’ about the manager, and that’s the interest of the Baggies.
The claim from Tuttosport is that West Brom have offered Juric a ‘super contract’ worth over €2m post tax plus bonuses, warning that, despite the club being in the Championship, money is not a problem.
The Hawthorns club ‘are rich, can afford salaries that very few teams in Italy can provide’, and this is what they are hoping can play in their favour here.
It’s recalled that Juric was already ‘very close’ to a move to England in the past, with Nottingham Forest once keen, as the ‘physical football’ he likes to play is one teams on these shores appreciate.
Juric, down his end, is ‘tempted by a new experience’ and is reportedly considering it with his staff.
It seems a lot rests on a change of ownership at the Hawthorns, but if West Brom do end up having someone new in charge, then that could also end up in a new manager being brought in to take over from Carlos Corberan.