Torino are set to sack manager Walter Mazzarri following Sunday’s 4-0 thumping from lowly Lecce. 

The historic Italian side have leaked a huge 15 goals in their last three games, with a 4-2 hiding from AC Milan and 7-0 collapse at home to Atalanta coming before this weekend’s embarrassment. 

Mazzarri took charge of the 2016-17 season at Premier League side Watford, narrowly avoiding relegation in 17th place. He impressed last season, guiding Torino to a lofty seventh place. 

Former Watford boss Walter Mazzarri is set to be fired by Torino after a run of heavy losses

Former Watford boss Walter Mazzarri is set to be fired by Torino after a run of heavy losses

Former Watford boss Walter Mazzarri is set to be fired by Torino after a run of heavy losses

Torino slumped 4-0 to Lecce this weekend, conceding their 15th goal in just three games

Torino slumped 4-0 to Lecce this weekend, conceding their 15th goal in just three games

Torino slumped 4-0 to Lecce this weekend, conceding their 15th goal in just three games 

However, his reign appears to have now hit rock bottom, and according to Football Italia the Italian will be fired following recent results.  

His stay in the Torino hot-seat has lasted since January 2018, and former Frosinone coach Moreno Longo is reportedly the favourite to take over. 

The former Watford boss' reign is set to end after two years at the Serie A side

The former Watford boss' reign is set to end after two years at the Serie A side

The former Watford boss’ reign is set to end after two years at the Serie A side 

Torino are still 12th in Serie A, but their Europa League journey was ended at the play-off stage by Wolves. 

Next up, they face Claudio Ranieri’s Sampdoria, with the former Leicester coach having hauled the side out of the relegation spots and up to 16th.