Mancini, Carlos Tevez and Manchester City’s European Dream - originally posted on Soccerlens.comRoberto Mancini’s reward for guiding Manchester City to Premier League glory will be a new £20million contract.
Mancini, who has a year left on his current deal, will sign a new four-year agreement worth £5m-a-year. This deal will make the 47-year-old the Premier League’s highest-paid boss alongside Sir Alex Ferguson.
City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak had planned to offer Mancini the lucrative new deal even if the Italian had missed out on the title, such is the club’s faith in him.
But the dramatic final-day title triumph over Manchester United has cemented Mancini’s status as one of the top managers in the world and City know they must reward him accordingly.
Having won the FA Cup and Premier League in his first two full seasons in charge of City, Mancini has set himself a new target for his third campaign at the helm – Champions League glory.
The 47-year-old Italian believes winning t...