Roberto Mancini ended his managerial career with Inter Milan back in May of 2008 after the coach was able to win 3 successive Serie A titles as well 2 Coppa Italia and 2 SupercoppaItaliana. It took him 4 years to secure all of these pieces of silverware and this period of time was a memorable one for Mancini and Inter Milan as the Italian side was the best team in Italy.
Things have slowly begin to fall apart for Inter Milan as they have struggled trying to win major titles in these past few years. Mancini was even called back as he made his return to the Giuseppe Meazza with hopes of turning Inter Milan into the dominant club that they once were some years ago.
The 50 year old Italian manager is well aware that things have changed ever since he left Inter Milan and making a return to the club is a big challenge as there are many things that need to be done.
“It’s not easy at this moment. It’s not easy because we are working very well, but the results are so-so, and, you know, Inter is a top club. The supporters want to win every game. At this moment it’s difficult, and this is a very big challenge for me. To come back to Inter is the biggest challenge,” Inter Milan’s Roberto Mancini said.
Inter Milan is positioned in the middle section of the Italian League standings after having secured 41 points in 30 matches, it’s not the most impressive record of the club as they have struggled trying to snatch consistent victories.
Erick Thohir is the majority shareholder of Inter Milan as he replaced the former president Massimo Moratti. The Indonesian businessman is willing to go deep in his pockets in order to upgrade the quality of the squad, which is good news for Roberto Mancini as he has the option to search around the transfer market for possible signings and try to lure them into the team during the upcoming summer transfer window.