Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini could be in the frame to take over at Juventus this summer, according to SportMediaSet.it. The Italian, currently in charge at Turkish giants Galatasaray, was sacked by City at the end of last season after a highly disappointing campaign which culminated in a shock FA Cup final defeat to Wigan Athletic. However, Mancini also led City to the Premier League title in 2012, introducing a stylish brand of football to the club to help establish them as a force again in English football. The 49-year-old has been linked with a return to England on numerous occasions since then, and could be open to an exit from Galatasaray this summer as he also attracts reported interest from his old club Inter Milan. Still, with some doubt over the future of current Juventus manager Antonio Conte, it is thought that Mancini is among the main candidates to come in if their three-time title winner does decide to move on. Mancini won Serie A three times as manager of Inter, and could make a good, experienced option to replace the impressive Conte, though current Italian national team boss Cesare Prandelli is also a possibility.