Mancini hopes for City stay
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has again dismissed reports linking him with a move to Italian giants Juventus.
Juve are set to appoint a new coach in the summer after Ciro Ferrara was sacked in January, the Serie A side replaced Ferrara with Alberto Zaccheroni until the end of the campaign but he is not expected to stay after the season has ended.
Mancini had been linked with the post after it was claimed he referred to the Turin side as a 'special club'.
However, the former Inter Milan boss was quick to distance himself from both the Juve job and the comments credited to him.
He said: "Manchester City is a special club.
"I never said those things. I am manager of Manchester City and I am happy to stay here."