Swansea City boss Francesco Guidolin has hinted that he will leave the club this summer when quizzed on whether his side could emulate Leicester City’s success this season, the BBC report.
The Italian coach joined the Swans on a short-term basis following the decision to sack Gary Monk.
He has made a positive impact at the Liberty Stadium, pulling the club away from the relegation zone and safely in to mid-table with impressive wins against the likes of Arsenal and Chelsea.
However, speculation has been rife over his future despite the Daily Mail reporting last week how the former Udinese man had set his sights on staying with the Welsh club.
When asked after his side’s 4-0 defeat to Leicester City whether his side could replicate the Foxes’ success in south Wales, Guidolin’s response ultimately suggested he is likely to leave.
"I don't know. This is not my problem,” he responded to the BBC’s question.
Swansea have gone off the boil in the last two matches, suffering heavy away defeats to Newcastle United and Leicester after securing their top-flight status with a win over Aston Villa.
Guidolin has undoubtedly done a good job, yet the club may wish to start fresh this summer with names such as Brendan Rodgers and Marcelo Bielsa among those fans are adhering to.
Swansea’s final three matches are against Liverpool (H), West Ham United (A) and Manchester City (H