Manchester City defender Eliaquim Mangala may have a list of personal fans, but Pep Guardiola is certainly not one of them.
When the Catalan manager took charge of Manchester City, the player was immediately sent on loan to Spanish side Valencia, where he spent an entire season and did well.
Now since his return to the Premier League club, Mangala has only had the chance to make two appearances. One was a start in the League Cup and the other was when he came on as a sub and played only 19 minutes in the Premier League.
That’s why his departure once again looks quite possible, and the Italian media has some news about a possible move.
Newspaper Tuttosport claims Inter Milan director Piero Ausilio has recently been in England, and returned to Italy with a ‘yes’ from the Manchester City defender.
But before the Premier League side let him go, they must sign a new player for the position first, as requested by Pep Guardiola.
Only then Mangala will be available to move, and in case it happens, it will be another loan transfer.