28 March, 2013 - 12:23

Man City Mancini offered £170m war chest by Monaco

Man City Mancini offered £170m war chest by Monaco

Moneybags Monaco have offered Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini a three-year-deal worth around £7 million per year and a stunning £170 million transfer budget in a bid to persuade him to move to Stade Louis II.

Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev who owns Monaco, is determined to lure Man City boss to Monaco with a view of taking the French club back into the major European tournaments and challenging PSG’s status of the only top French side.

Despite winning Premier League title last year and signing a new contract until 2017 Mancini’s position at Man City is far from being safe, as his side will likely to finish this season without any silverware. The Citizens are out Europe, they are 15 points behind the leaders Man Utd, while FA Cup remains their only hope of winning domestic tournament this season.

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Author: Basil Naumov

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