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Roberto Mancini back to raid old club?

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Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is reportedly weighing up a potential summer move for defender Matija Nastasic, according to Talksport.

Mancini, currently in charge of Didier Drogba and co at Galatasaray, is planning on going back and raiding his former club for the Serbian defender.

The Italian brought the player to the Citizens in 2012 and he impressed in his debut season, but his form has dropped recently and he has fallen out of favour under Manuel Pellegrini, who seems to prefer Martin Demichelis as a partner to Vincent Kompany. 

But it appears Mancini saw enough in the 20-year-old to want to resign him and bring the Serb to Turkey in the hope of making the club a European force.

And with City reportedly linked with Porto's Eliaquim Mangala it may mean Nastasic be surplus to requirements.

The player has a contract at the Manchester club until 2017, and so any transfer is likely to be a large sum.

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