Inter president Massimo Moratti has refused to rule out the possibility of Roberto Mancini returning to manage the club.
Mancini was dismissed by Manchester City on May 13 following their failure to defend the Premier League title and subsequent loss in the FA Cup final to Wigan.
But Moratti has suggested that the 48-year-old could now return to San Siro, where he won three Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia trophies during a four-year spell which ended in 2008.
“Mancini as a possibility? Everything is possible in football,” he told Football Italia.
Moratti, who has seen 17 coaches leave Inter throughout his 18-year reign, went on to dismiss the idea of Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri joining the club.
“The signing of Mazzarri? That has no truth to it. This rumour is probably circulating, but it’s not true,” said Moratti.
And, on the subject of the future of current manager Andrea Stramaccioni, he added: “There is nothing to announce.”