Galatasaray are reportedly set to appoint former Manchester City and Inter boss Roberto Mancini as their new manager following the departure of Fatih Terim.
According to the Daily Mail, Mancini flew out to Istanbul on Sunday to complete negotiations on a three-year deal with the Turkish champions, thought to be worth 5.5 million Euros per year. Mancini is scheduled to meet with club president Unal Aysal on Monday to put the final touches to the deal, according to agent Muzzi Ozcan.
Galatasaray sacked Terim on Wednesday following a bust-up with president Unal Aysal. Terim led the Istanbul club to two consecutive Super Lig titles and the quarterfinal stage of last year's Champions League.
Mancini, meanwhile, has been out of work after being sacked by City in May following the FA Cup final loss to Wigan.