Mancini considers Man City future

Roberto Mancini could be getting ready to manage his last season at Manchester City, with the Italian boss feeling unsupported at the club. The Daily Mail are reporting that Mancini could leave the club at the end of the current season after a summer in which he feels he hasn’t received the full backing of the board, despite winning the Premier League for the first time in the club’s history.

The Mail has quoted a club source as saying: “He isn’t about to walk out on City but if nothing else happens before the transfer window closes this could his last season at City. I wouldn’t rule out a move elsewhere next season.”

Mancini, never shy from speaking his mind, has recently criticized the way the transfer market has been dealt with at the club this summer following two of his top targets – Robin van Persie and Eden Hazard – choosing rival clubs above City.

This lead to an exchange with Chief Executive Brian Marwood who told the League winner to be careful what he says and to concentrate on the team he has. Leaving the 47-year-old manager scorned and with a feeling of difference between him and the board.

The longest Mancini has ever stayed at a club is 4 years at Inter, he currently has been with Manchester City since 2009 – winning the FA Cup and Premier League in that time.

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