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Arsenal are reportedly lining up possible move for Italian legend Roberto Mancini as the eventual replacement to the long-serving manager in at Arsenal.
The Italian manager famously won the Premier League with Manchester City in 2012 when Sergio Aguero bagged a last-minute winner against QPR.
He spent four-year with at the Etihad stadium, and the Italian tactician is out of a job at the moment, having peacefully left Inter Milan in August. According to the Italian news outlet Calciomercato claimed Arsenal have been enquiring over his services.
Mancini attends England game – could he be the next Three Lions boss? https://t.co/OrTeVOXE56 pic.twitter.com/vJ8s5dCf4q
— Goal (@goal) October 8, 2016
He was spotted watching the England’s 2-0 victory over Malta on Saturday, which opened another door to rumours suggesting he could be taking over as the England manager once Gareth Southgate’s four-game stint is over.
However, some report still claimed the Italian could have been present at the England match to watch Arsenal players in actions as Theo Walcott was one of those in the starting eleven, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on the bench.
Wenger has been in charge of the managerial affairs at the Emirates for twenty years, but has only won the Premier League title three times in that run. We have been crowned the EPL champions since 2004, which has left many fans calling for the Frenchman exit once his contract expires towards the summer.
We’ve enjoyed a brilliant start to the season, trailing leaders just two points behind title leaders Manchester City and securing wins in our last five games.
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