This past week, the Italy national team stumbled again following their 3-0 loss to Argentina in the Finalissima. It was the latest setback for Roberto Mancini’s squad after failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
According to Il Messaggero, national team manager Roberto Mancini doubts his future and could choose to depart after the four UEFA Nations League matches, especially if his group does not react after this latest loss.
If Mancini decides that it’s time to exit, then Paris Saint-Germain is a club that would express interest in the Italian tactician. The capital club still has Mauricio Pochettino, but reports would suggest it’s only a matter of time before they sack him.
The report adds that Mancini confessed to his lack of “daily work” and would regret not accepting one of his available offers last September. The 57-year-old is under contract with the FIGC until 2026.
This summer, PSG has seen various names linked to their managerial search to replace Pochettino. Mancini has experience managing at the club level with stints at Manchester City and Inter Milan.