Roma not on Villas-Boas' mind - Agent
Andre Villas-Boas is not thinking about any managerial offers at present, according to the former Chelsea manager's agent Carlos Goncalves.
Villas-Boas was shown the door at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, with owner Roman Abramovich bringing down the curtain on the Portuguese's Blues reign after only eight months in charge.
While Chelsea go in search of a new boss, Villas-Boas, who was "disappointed, frustrated and saddened" by his departure, has been left to reflect on his short-lived stay with the West London club.
Villas-Boas, linked with Inter Milan in the past, is reportedly being lined up by Roma - although Goncalves says the events of the last few days are still playing on the 34-year-old's mind and that prospective future roles have not been discussed.
"I'm in London with him, and we have not had contact with Rome," Carlos Goncalves told Calciomercato.com.
"I not know who put out that news. We have the utmost respect for a team like Roma, but right now Andre is still dealing with what happened with Chelsea.
"At this time he does not really want to be thinking about anything else."