The young midfielder will now be playing under a new manager at the Serie A side following the sacking of Domenico Di Carlo
Ghana midfielder Isaac Coffie will be bracing up for life under a new manager at Chievo Verona.
This is after the Italian Serie A side announced on Tuesday that they have parted ways with Domenico Di Carlo.
The Italian manager who led his team to 10th place last season has supervised a poor start to Chievo’s campaign after picking just three points out of a possible 18 and lie 18th on the league log.
Di Carlo signed Coffie from Genoa after he had a successful season at Sassuolo where he was on loan during the 2011/2012 campaign.
The Ghanaian international made his debut on Sunday in the 4-1 defeat to Palermo under the guidance of Di Carlo.
The Yellow-Blues have appointed Eugenio Corini as the new manager.