The Italian is on the verge of losing the Premier League title race, while his side also suffered a group-stage exit in the Champions League earlier this season
The Italian's future at the Etihad Stadium has been questioned on several occasions this season following a group-stage exit from the Champions League, along with an inconsistent title challenge which has left the club 15 points behind Manchester United.
Goal.com revealed that Roma are interested in Mancini, should he become available, although the 48-year-old may prove to be too costly for the Serie A side.
City face Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup final at Wembley on May 11 and Mancini has already insisted that victory in the competition is important for the club, but will it be enough for the Italian to stay at the club?
Despite looking like they will miss out on the title this season, would automatic Champions League qualification be enough for City's success-hungry owners and will they believe he is the man to deliver trophies in the 2013-14 campaign?
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