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Mancini out, De Boer in?

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With Mancini on the verge of saying goodbye to his job at Inter, the club is already making moves to replace him.

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It seems like things can never be quiet for Inter.

If you haven't lived under a rock for the past week you should already know that the relationship between Roberto Mancini and the management has sunk, probably because of some disagreement regarding the transfer market, which has always been a key element in Mancini's work.

Inter's sporting director Piero Ausilio had his say about the situation a few days ago and cleverly avoided a direct answer to the topic, while Thoir wanted to underline the fact that Mancini is still Inter's manager.

Then, to cloud the issue even more, this happened.

De Boer's name was among the ones mentioned as soon as the rumors about a discontent between Mancini and the management emerged and now it looks like he is the top candidate for the job rather than former Inter manager Leonardo if Suning finally decide to pull the trigger and say goodbye to the current manager.