Roberto Mancini has reportedly been invited to watch England-Malta at Wembley by the FA, fuelling his links with the job.
According to Sky Sport Italia, the former Inter and Manchester City boss will be in the stands for today’s World Cup qualifier.
It seems he was invited directly by the Football Association, fuelling reports he is in negotiations for the England job.
Sam Allardyce parted company with the FA just weeks after taking over and Gareth Southgate is the caretaker manager.
Mancini is not the only option for England, but he is available after terminating his contract with Inter by mutual consent in August.