PREMIER - Roberto Mancini in the race to coach Manchester United?
Manchester United is still in the midst of a transition phase. After nearly three years with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on the Old Trafford bench, the Red Devils leaders have decided to part ways with the Norwegian to appoint Ralf Rangnick until the end of the 21-22 season, after a short interim spell by Michael Carrick. Now fans are eagerly awaiting which technician will be appointed to MU to restore the club's image in the long run.
According to information from The Telegraph, Manchester United may be thinking of Roberto Mancini, current Italy manager and crowned European champion last summer, in the coming months.
It would nevertheless depend on the results of the former Manchester City coach with Gli Azzurri, who will have to go through the playoffs to hope to participate in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. The hypothesis of a return to the Premier League could in any case seduce Mancini, according to the British daily.