Roberto Mancini watched England’s 2-0 win over Malta and is therefore being linked with the Arsenal job should Arsene Wenger leave.

As you’re all probably sick to the back teeth of hearing, Wenger is out of contract in the summer and has been heavily linked with the England job. In fact, he’s been far too coy over the situation for my liking but I guess this is just good business and the man keeping his options open.

Several managers have been linked with replacing the Frenchman, including Diego Simeone, Eddie Howe, Patrick Vieira and Thomas Tuchels.

The latest is former Manchester City boss, Roberto Mancini, who has been out of work since he left Inter Milan in August and was sacked by City in 2013.

The only real reason for this, according to Calciomercato, is that he watched the England game the other day, which makes him a far more likely candidate for the England job.

In fact, behind Gareth Southgate, Mancini is now more likely to take up the role.