Savarese spent a short spell on loan with the Swans during his playing career and has admitted that he’s keen to work at the Welsh club in the future.
“One day I would love to work for Swansea City,” he said.
“Hopefully there might be a move to the UK when the time is right in the future, and why not Swansea?”
“I love the city and I love the people, so you never know.”
Monk is doing a fine job at the Liberty Stadium and it’s difficult to see where Savarese is a better option at the moment.
However, the head coach of the New York Cosmos is at a side in a league, which is rapidly increasing in terms of quality.
He’s gaining experience in terms of man management and Swansea could make a big call and think outside of the box in terms of their manager in the future.
For now Monk’s position seems safe because although the team currently sits ninth, the Swans played well over the first chunk of the season and have plenty to look forward to.
A place in the top six by the end of the season isn’t impossible and Monk still has the cash generated from the sale of Wilfried Bony to reinvest.
Savarese may want his job, but it’s unlikely to happen any time soon.