Roberto Donadoni says he will not expect any financial compensation, if, as expected, he is sacked as Italy coach.
The former Livorno coach’s future as Azzurri boss is in jeopardy following the world champions’ quarter-final exit at Euro 2008.
The Italian Football Federation has already denied reports that a decision has been made, but president Giancarlo Abete is due to meet Donadoni in the coming days.
Donadoni signed a new contract with Italy on the eve of Euro 2008, but there is a clause which allows the deal to be cancelled.
“I said ‘no’ to the proposal that the president made me on the day of the renewal,” Donadoni told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I’m not interested in the economic side of things. If I’m no longer the coach for him, I’ll go without asking for anything.”