If Celtic competes in the Champions League, Mancini might coach them

Roberto Mancini has not managed any club since August of 2016 as the Italian tactician left Inter Milan during that period of time and he has not signed any other team since then.

The 52 year old manager has experienced success at the highest level as Mancini has won the Serie A and the Premier League title as well as many other prestigious pieces of silverware.

The UEFA Champions League is one of the more significant trophies that is absent from his collection but it appears like he’s interested in adding it to his trophy room as the Italian manager stated that he might attempt to apply for the head coach position of Celtic but only if they are able to compete and qualify in the UEFA Champions League on a regular basis.

‘’In one way, it would be nice to see Celtic and Rangers in the Premier League, but I don’t think it will ever happen because it would also be the end of Scottish football.If Celtic were to build a team strong enough to regularly compete in the Champions League, I might decide to manage them one day’’

“For me, that is the next step for them and one which I believe they are trying to take. Winning the league has become normal for them. They have the fans and they have the history. Now they have to strive to become an important player at the top level in Europe.” Roberto Mancini said.

From the looks of it, Roberto Mancini could become the coach of Celtic in the future but for the time being, the Scottish club is currently being guided by Brendan Rodgers and is dominating the Scottish Premiership as they have not sustained a single defeat in their 29 opening matches of the season.