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Former Man City boss Mancini shows off incredible physique [Photos]

Last updated 2 years ago | By Mirror

Ex-Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini [Courtesy]

Former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has been showing off his incredible physique ahead of the international break.

The Italy manager was snapped taking a stroll along the coast in Saint-Tropez where he visited Club 55.

The French restaurant is a luxury destination for tourists and it boasts an expensive menu - an omelette, for example, will set guests back €27.

At 53 years of age Mancini's new body is incredibly impressive. The Italian has added weight to his chest and arms while keeping himself ripped across the midsection.

The Italian was catching the sun in the south of France alongside his wife.

Mancini retired from playing professional football 17 years ago, finishing with a short stint at Leicester City. But he's clearly kept himself in excellent condition.

The Italian has added weight to his chest and arms while keeping himself ripped across the midsection [Courtesy]

Italy's head coach could be compared to Cristiano Ronaldo who has holidayed and shown of his physique in small shorts in Saint-Tropez in the past.

Mancini's attention will turn to work next week when Italy take on Poland on Friday before facing Portugal the following Monday.

Mancini's attention will turn to work next week when Italy take on Poland on Friday before facing Portugal the following Monday.

The former Inter Milan boss, who led City to their first Premier League title in 2011/12, was appointed Italy's manager in May.

After the nation failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Mancini will be aiming to restore some pride by guiding Italy to the 2020 Euros. 

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