Roberto Mancini claims Inter “would’ve reached at least the top three” if he was still Coach and believes Roma “will appoint someone else”.
Mancini walked out on Inter just a fortnight before the start of the season due to disagreements with Suning Group, while he has been linked with potentially replacing Luciano Spalletti at Roma.
“Roma? I think they’ll appoint someone else, I’ve had chances to go to Roma as a player,” the former Manchester City boss told Radio Incontro Olympia.
“I have nothing against Roma, I respect them and they respected me, also as a player.
“I’ve never met any of Roma’s leaders. I hope to have another crack abroad, experience a different adventure, to discover a new culture. I’d like to work in the Bundesliga.
“Back to Inter? There were no longer the foundations to move forward. I spoke and they didn’t understand me.
“I have my dignity, I couldn’t accept what they were doing. In life you never know, anything can happen. The current owners offered me a three-year deal, but there was chaos, you didn’t know who to speak to. It was difficult to manage the team.
“I’m sorry because the team had done a great job, and this year they would’ve reached at least the top three. Whoever signs Inter’s players will have done great business.”