Former Manchester City boss reveals plan to take up Gunners managerial role

Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has made claims that he is interested in replacing Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, Metro reports.

He is currently back at Inter Milan where he enjoyed previous success before completing his move to England, picking up the Premier League, FA Cup, as well as the Community Shield.

Before his return to the Serie A, he was managing Turkish giants Galatasaray for a year, but has now admitted that he admires the Gunners and would love the chance for a Emirates role.

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He told Il Corriere dello Sport: “I would have loved to have managed Arsenal, a club with a special charm. But there is still time.”

The Italian manager has picked up a total of 10 major trophies so far and also hinted that he could one day seeing himself managing the national team.

“Where do I see myself at 60? As coach of the Italian national team.”

However, despite dropping points at home to Manchester United at the weekend, Wenger’s recent Champions League victory over Borussia Dortmund is sure to secure some breathing room for the under-fire boss.


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