Roberto Mancini opens door to potential Arsenal move

The Italian manager reveals that he has a soft spot for the north London club

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Roberto Mancini has hinted that he would like to take over from Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

The former Manchester City coach has admitted that he has a soft spot for the north London club and says he would “love” to take charge at Emirates Stadium.

I would have loved to have managed Arsenal, a club with a special charm

Roberto Mancini

And the 49-year-old, who has recently returned for a second spell as Inter Milan manager, admits that he would be open to taking over from Wenger at the club.

“Ten years ago I would have chosen Serie A but now I would have to say the Premier League”, Mancini told Corriere dello Sport.

“I would have loved to have managed Arsenal, a club with a special charm. But there is still time.

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

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