Roberto Mancini says he is attracted by the prospect of a return to the Premier League.
The Italian has been out of work since being sacked by Inter Milan in the summer, but admits he has had offers from China and would like to return to the Premier League.
And an interview with La Stampa, Roberto Mancini said: “When will I go back to coaching? I can wait a little longer! But the theory is true that after so many years of work then you’ tired ‘to do nothing.
“As soon as I left Inter I had three offers from China, I thanked them but I denied, now I’m more attracted to other leagues, especially the Premier League.”
“Many times my Juventus friends have asked me if I would coach Juventus. And the answer is always the same: yes, because I am a professional.”
Mancini was also asked about Saturday night’s Serie A clash between Inter Milan and Juventus, and said he believes the Hammers are being affected by a poor atmosphere.
He said: “I believe in the Juventus Stadium effect – the stadium gives Juventus seven or eight points more a season. You want to know what happened at West Ham? The new Olympic Stadium does not have the same atmosphere as Upton Park. There there was a different atmosphere, more noise. I realised this a few days ago when I went to see the match against Manchester City.”