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Arsenal officials have approached former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini as regards replacing Arsene Wenger on the club’s hot seat, according to reports.
Arsene Wenger’s future have been the subject of speculation in recent weeks with the Gunners reportedly eyeing a host of top managers in Europe which includes, Ronald Koeman, Manuel Pellegrini and Diego Simeone despite the French man insisting he will remain at the Emirates next season.
And now, according to Italian newspaper Sport Mediaset via the Daily Express, Arsenal have contacted Mancini as they search for a replacement for Wenger.
The paper also added that Inter Milan are already looking for a replacement should Mancini decide to take up the job at Emirates.
The three time serie A winner have come under fire at the San Siro after seeing his side drop out of the Champions League Zone and has been linked with a move to Russia with CSKA Moscow reportedly interested.
Mancini led Manchester City to the Premier League title in 2012 before he was replaced by Manuel Pellegrini in 2013, the Italian then moved back to Italy but his second tenure at the San Siro side hasn’t been Spectacular as he is struggling to guide the 2010 Champions league winners to a UCL spot.