Claudio Ranieri has said he will leave Roma when his contract runs out of the end of the season.
"My job ends with the last three games," he said at a news conference ahead of Sunday's clash with Juventus. "I always knew that would be the case.
"I chose to come here for this season finale because I'm a Roma fan and I wanted to put my enthusiasm at the service of the team."
The objective in Ranieri's second stint with his hometown club is to secure Champions League football -- a job which was made more difficult after conceding a late equaliser in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Genoa.
Roma are in sixth place, level with Gattuso's Milan on 59 points -- three behind fourth-place Atalanta.
Maurizio Sarri is one of the frontrunners for the Roma job should he leave Chelsea, but Antonio Conte has ruled himself out.