Roberto Mancini’s future at Galatasaray is reportedly already in doubt, after a reported falling out over transfer policy.
The former Lazio and Inter tactician replaced Fatih Terim in Istanbul at the end of September, agreeing a contract through to June 2016.
However, whilst successfully eliminating Juventus at the group stages of the Champions League, the 49-year-old’s intentions to strengthen during the winter transfer window have apparently caused issues with Gala.
Reports in England indicate that the Italian is upset with the club’s perceived position as unable to guarantee the type of purchases he has asked for during this month.
It is a situation that it is believed may have Mancini leaving the bench come the end of January.
The former Manchester City boss has been listed as one of Tottenham Hotspur’s targets this summer, should they opt then for another change in management.
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