Roberto Mancini apparently won’t be leading the charge at Inter Milan anymore this season as he has parted company with them by mutual consent.
Nerazzurri themselves confirmed that decision via an official statement at their official website, thanking Mancini for all of his service in the past 20 months or so.
Inter might not need long to find a replacement as media reporting that they are already getting themselves in tough with former Ajax Amsterdam boss, Frank De Boer.
The Dutchman will be looking to start a new adventure after failing to take Ajax winning last season’s Eridivisie title, losing out from arc rival, PSV Eindhoven.
It could be an interesting challenge for De Boes as it will be his first time coaching a team outside of Netherlands, let alone a side with big pressure such as Inter.
Interesting to see how much will Nerazzurri new management trust him, especially in taking charge of the transfer market since that reportedly the main issue behind Inter’s decision to drop Roberto Mancini.