Italy boss Cesare Prandelli is wanted by a host of European clubs, reports the Corriere dello Sport.
The tactician is contracted to the Italian Football Federation until after the 2014 World Cup, but he has admitted in the past that he misses the day-to-day duties of club football.
Numerous teams across Europe are reportedly pondering an offer for him, including Tottenham, CSKA Moscow and Marseille.
Prandelli was handed the Italy job in 2010 when he replaced Marcello Lippi after the Azzurri’s disastrous showing at the South African World Cup.
The 54-year-old has bossed Atalanta, Lecce, Verona, Venezia, Parma and Fiorentina in his career. He was named Roma boss in 2004, but quickly resigned in order to look after his ill wife.
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