On Loan Sunderland defender Nedum Onuoha is yet to have his long-term future resolved after a successful season at the Stadium of Light.
The 24-year-old has played 24 Barclays Premier League matches for the Black Cats insect his umber loan move from Eastlands.
However the former England under-21 international says he doesn't know if his future lies away from Manchester City or not.
"It's difficult to say I belong to City because I don't even have a (squad) number there," said Onuoha.
"I definitely feel a part of this squad at Sunderland. It has started to feel different as the season has gone on.
"I did not really know what was going to happen when I first signed but I can't make any decisions so I have just had to accept it.
"I know there are a maximum of seven more games now for me here. At the end of the season I will sit back and think how this went.
It's unknown whether Mancini will retain Onuoha in the City squad after further strengthening his squad since the defender's departure.
With Dedryck Boyata, Joleon Lescott, Vincent Kompany and Kolo Toure already in reserve City have a plethora of defenders to chose from, not to mention plenty of money to spent if they wish to invest in their back four.