Former Inter Milan boss Roberto Mancini looks relaxed catching the rays in Saint-Tropez
Italian gaffer snapped looking relaxed whilst he strolls along the beach and plays cards in France
By Richard Forrester
5th September 2016,3:56 pm
FORMER Manchester City and Inter Milan gaffer Roberto Mancini has been taking a break from the stresses of management by sunning himself in Saint-Tropez.
The Italian boss has been without a job since being shown the exit door by Inter Milan less than two weeks before the start of the Serie A campaign.
And Mancini, who guided the San Siro side to a fourth place finish last season, looked in a relaxed mood as he holidayed with his wife in a beautiful spot on the France.
Sporting a healthy tan, the 51-year-old basked in the sunshine by lazing on a sun lounger and playing cards.
Mancini will be hoping to be refreshed before he heads back into management after falling out with the hierarchy at Inter Milan.
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Mancini made Man City’s Yaya Toure, who has just been axed by Pep Guardiola for their Champions League quest, his number one summer target and was furious as the Italian side failed to stump up the transfer fees.
Since leaving Italy, Mancini has been linked with a move back to England to manage both the national side and Everton before the Toffees appointed Ronald Koeman.