Inter outcast Mancini agrees move to Brazil

Amantino Mancini has struck a deal to be released from his contract with Inter in order to return to his hometown club Atletico Mineiro in Brazil.
Mancini has never become a regular in Inter’s side since joining in 2008, and he is now set to end his prolonged career in Italian football to make a return to his first club.
Inter president Massimo Moratti bought Mancini from Roma for €13 million but the Brazilian couldn’t convince the Nerazzurri’s new coach Jose Mourinho of his abilities. As a result, Mancini only ever made 26 league appearances for Inter, making him a costly flop.
He was briefly loaned to city rivals Milan last season but again failed to impress, so Inter were keen to offload him in this transfer window because his contract was set to expire in the upcoming summer anyway. His deal has been mutually terminated allowing him to rejoin Atletico Mineiro.
The 30-year-old originally left Atletico in 2003 to join Venezia in Serie B, before making his name as a speedy full-back turned winger with Roma under Fabio Capello’s management. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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