Manchester City may be on the verge of a manager change for next summer.
A second straight group stage exit in the Champions League may prove to be Roberto Mancini’s undoing as manager at Eastlands. His successor may be Jose Mourinho, according to multiple sources, including The Sun.
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The Special One is thought to favour a move back to England over a potential challenge at PSG. His agent Jorge Mendes recently held a meeting with Txiki Bergiristain, the new Director of Football at the Etihad Stadium, to discuss a potential deal.
Mourinho, who currently has 4 years of his contract still left to run at Real Madrid, feels a change of scenery would be beneficial for both himself and the club – made his feelings apparent in a subtle way before the two sides met last week in the Champions League.
The successful manager said that no big club should get knocked out of the group stage 2 years in a row – a clear jibe at opposition boss Roberto Mancini.
Perhaps instead of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, Mourinho will take charge of arch rivals Man City.
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