Roberto Mancini could be the man who gets to take over Manchester United when Ralf Rangnick six month deal ends, MySportDab reports.
The Italian national team manager is now being considered as the man to take over despite reports of Mauricio Pochettino looking to be the main candidate.
Roberto Mancini is currently facing an uphill task of qualifying Italy for next year FIFA World Cup in Qatar after they failed to make it through the first round.
Manchester United are now looking his way as things might change with his current employees who might be set to let him go if they fail to make World Cup next year.
The ex-Man City boss is being linked with the top job at Old Trafford ahead of next season with Ralf Rangnick already hired to take over until June next year 2022.
Italy manager Roberto Mancini has emerged as a candidate to take the managerial reins at Manchester United next summer, according to report reaching us from The Telegraph.
Ralf Rangnick has just been installed as the Red Devils’ interim boss, and he will remain their manager until the season comes to an end.
They will look to appoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s permanent successor at the end of the season as Ralf won’t be staying beyond this campaign.
Roberto Mancini is now in the frame despite his past links to Manchester City who he guided to their maiden Premier League title in 2011-12.
The Italian left City a long time ago after he was replaced with him moving on until deciding to take a job as Italy national team manager which he has done a good job.
He helped them win the European Championship beating England in the final as they also went on a long run of unbeaten, but things are not looking good of recent for him.