The former Porto manager has been out of work ever since his dismissal from Chelsea back in March, but has seen his name linked with many top European sides since his departure.
Recent reports have seen the Portuguese manager being linked to Roma as a possible successor to Luis Enrique, with AVB’s representatives admitting that a move to the Stadio Olimpico may well be on the cards.
Enrique – a former midfielder for Barcelona – only signed a two-year contract with Roma in 2011, in the hope that he would be able to reproduce Barca’s style of play with the Italian outfit.
But a series of poor results have seen expectant fans lose patience, and Enrique claimed earlier this week he was certain of what he wanted to do at the end of the campaign, fuelling speculation he will quit the club.
“An agreement between Villas Boas and Roma? For now I cannot confirm anything, Andre is on vacation and has made no decision,” agent Carlos Goncalves told Italian radio Rete Sport, as reported by soccernews.com.
“It’s too early to talk about this, but Villas Boas would be honoured to train such an important team.”
Villas-Boas made his name working under Jose Mourinho at Porto, Inter Milan and Chelsea, before Portuguese side Academica gave him his first managerial break in 2009.
The following season the 34-year-old joined Porto as manager, where he guided them to an undefeated league campaign as well as Europa League glory.
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