Mancini Denies He Could Leave Inter Whenever
Milan – Roberto Mancini’s tenure at Inter this season only three months. However, the 50-year-old man has been rumored to be leaving La Beneamata.
Mancini, who replaced Walter Mazzarri in November, touted being targeted Paris Saint-Germain to be their coach next season. Currently, PSG still handled by Laurent Blanc. However, the position Blanc are not safe because until the 25th week, PSG still stalled in third place.
Of the 25 matches, PSG is a new twice defeat –lebih bit of the two teams above them, Lyon (already four times less) and Marseille (six defeats). However, PSG 10 times swallow a draw.
Other news mentions, Mancini had a special clause in his contract with Inter. The clause states, Mancini could go anytime though the rest of his contract with Inter still long.
However, Mancini has denied the news. “In this life, every person should be free to go wherever they like. And it could be the right decision if the person feel wanted a change.”
“What I want to say is, whose name is the possibility is always there. But, no, there is no such clause in my contract,” Mancini said as reported by Football Italia.
Mancini has led Inter to play 16 times this season with a record of six wins, five defeats and five draws. Finally, he led Inter’s 4-1 win over Atalanta.
Inter currently ninth in the standings with a value of 32. They are 10 points behind third occupant, Napoli, which is the final position for the Champions League next season.