Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini is hoping to coach in the Serie A after leaving the EPL this season.
Pep Guardiola will replace the Chilean manager at the end of the season, with the former Malaga manager looking to Italy for his next job after spending a long time in Spain with the likes of Villarreal, Real Madrid and Malaga.
“I would like to coach in Serie A. It would be a good experience,” he told Mundo Deportivo.
“I am looking for a new project that would allow me to do my job, and I would not refuse a return to Spain.
“In my life I have never shied away from a challenge. When I chose Malaga, I had bigger clubs who were offering me more money, but I decided that I wanted to take that team into the Champions League.”
Pellegrini’s immediate future, however, will see his Manchester City side tackle Real Madrid for a place in the Champions League final, with the English outfit going to Spain after a scoreless draw in the first leg.