AS Roma manager, Claudio Ranieri on Friday said expected to leave the Serie A club when his contract expires at the end of the season.
The former Chelsea and Leicester City coach took over at Stadio Olimpico in March after being sacked by English Premier League side Fulham in February.
“I came to Roma because my reaction to getting the call from the club, as a Roma fan, was one of excitement and eagerness to help,” Ranieri told reporters ahead of AS Roma’s league clash against newly-crowned champions Juventus on Sunday.
He added: “My job here runs until the end of the season. When these three games are over, my work here will be over.”
Ranieri has guided AS Roma to four wins in nine league games, with the club sixth in Serie A.
They are three points behind fourth-placed Atalanta who occupy the final UEFA Champions League qualification spot.
Former Italy, Juventus and Chelsea coach Antonio Conte, has ruled himself out of contention for the AS Roma hot-seat.
Meanwhile, the Italian media has continued to link former Manchester United boss, Jose Mourinho, with the job.