Roberto Mancini is living the dream as manager of Manchester City, and while he admits to being happy there, agent Giorgios De Giorgis is not excluding a Juventus future.
Mancini has been linked with Juve in the press of late, along with Zenit St. Petersburg coach Luciano Spalletti.
However, his agent feels he is likely to remain at Eastlands.
"There is nothing in it because Roberto is happy at City. He has always dreamed of coaching in England," the agent told Calciomercatonews.com.
De Giorgis isn't ready to say that a move to Juventus is impossible though.
"Not possible? I didn't say this because you never know what happens in football, but at the moment it is improbable.
"He is focused on the season with City and he wants to get the team into the Champions League as winning the Premier League is difficult.
"He is ambitious and likes working with young players, which is what is happening at Juventus."
Mancini took over from Mark Hughes at Eastlands in December 2009, but is under pressure to deliver a top-four finish this season to secure a place in the Champions League play-offs next term.