Former Inter boss Roberto Mancini says he cannot rule out the possibility of one day coaching Milan, but says life at Galatasaray is good.
The 49-year-old spent four years on the Nerazzurro bench, winning three League titles, two Coppa Italias and two Supercoppa Italianas.
However, when it was put to him this week that his past with the blue half of Milan would rule him out of working with the red half, he was clear that nothing is for certain.
“You never know in life, why not…I am a Coach, anything can happen. It depends not only on me,” Mancini has considered to Fox Sports.
“Inter, on the other hand, I do not think I will return to. They are changing a lot and it does not make sense to talk about this now.
“Galatasaray? They are a great team playing in the Champions League, so I decided to come here.
“In Turkey is it going pretty well, it is a new experience for me. We have been working here for five months.
“The League is pretty difficult, although our level should grow much. Every game is tough, but the experience so far is positive.”
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