The Lupi boss praised his team after a final day victory over Torino but was a little vague about his future...
Roma finished their Serie A campaign with a 3-2 victory over Torino at the Stadio Olimpico today, a result which condemned the Granata to relegation to Serie B.
“Roma deserved to win such a difficult match, because Torino did well and caused us problems,” Luciano Spalletti told Sky Sport Italia after the encounter.
The Giallorossi challenged Inter for the title all the way last season, but the Nerazzurri comfortably retained the Scudetto this term and there are fears their supremacy could continue for a number of years to come.
“Inter have showed great strength over the past few years,” mused Spalletti.
“They thoroughly deserved the title, because they have played good football and are the strongest outfit.
“As for Roma, the club and the fans want to win too, but I believe there are other teams better equipped than us to win the Scudetto.”
There are suggestions that Spalletti will leave the club this summer, after four years at the helm, but the tactician maintains that his future will be decided in a meeting with the club.
“I am not causing any problems, it’s all very simple,” mused the Tuscan-born coach.
“We need to make some things clear, I am not going to ask for anything that the club cannot give me. But I can’t say anything more until I talk to them.”
Vince Masiello, Goal.com