After Jurgen Klinsmann's sacking as Bayern Munich boss, one of the candidates named as his possible successor has been former Inter coach Roberto Mancini.
In an interview to Sky Sport 24, however, the former Sampdoria star said he does not know what the future holds for him, but that he intends to get back to coaching next season.
"Bayern, Manchester City, Milan or Juventus? It's difficult to name names now," he said. "The season is still ongoing and it's hard to make predictions."
Mancini was sacked at the end of the 2007-2008 season by Inter president Massimo Moratti, after winning a third straight Scudetto, but he remains under contract with the club to this day.
Joining rival clubs Juve and Milan is not an option for the coach, however.
"Juve and Milan are undoubtedly two great clubs, but currently I don't think I could coach them," he continued. "I'm hoping to coach abroad, it could be a good solution."
He then spoke about two Inter players who have been on everybody's lips lately.
"[Mario] Balotelli has great qualities," Mancini said, "but he's too exuberant, while concerning Adriano, I hope he finds the desire to play football again soon."
Danilo Pochini, Goal.com