Walter Zenga has been linked with becoming the next Leeds manager post.
Leeds have gone through a host of managers under Cellino's reign, with Brian McDermott, David Hockaday, Darko Milanic, Neil Redfearn and Uwe Rosler all losing their jobs under the Italian - and Steve Evans could be heading the same way.
Evans only arrived as Leeds manager back in October following the departure of Rosler, but his contract expires at the end of the season - and with just one game left to play, there is still no indication on whether the Scot will be staying or not.
Now, TMW report that Cellino is lining up his compatriot Zenga as Leeds' new manager - and whilst he's something of a legend in Italy, not all Leeds fans will be familiar with him, so here are five facts about the man who could become Leeds' new boss this summer...
1. Zenga, 56, was well-known as a player, spending most of his career with Inter Milan, racking up more than 300 appearances for the Italian giants before spells with Sampdoria, Padova and New England Revolution.
2. With one Serie A title and two UEFA Cups to his name, Zenga was one of the finest goalkeepers of his generation, and was even named IFFHS World's Best Goalkeeper three times in a row between 1989 and 1991, whilst he was also UEFA Goalkeeper of the Year in 1990.
3. As a manager, Zenga hasn't had quite so much success, but did win the Romanian Liga I with Steaua Bucharest in 2005, and the Serbian SuperLiga with Red Star Belgrade in 2006.
4. Zenga has managed 15 clubs during his managerial career, taking charge of teams in the United States, Italy, Romania, Serbia, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
5. This season, Zenga was appointed and then sacked as manager of Sampdoria, and also had an ill-fated spell with Al-Shaab, which ended after nine defeats in his 11 games in charge - and as he searches for a real home, he will be hoping for more success at Leeds, if he does indeed land the job this summer.
Would you like to see Zenga become Leeds manager?