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Roberto Mancini on the Napoli game and his future


Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini admits taking anything positive from tomorrow's game against Napoli will be very difficult.

The Nerazzurri are away at Napoli aware of the fact that Rafa Benitez's side will be favourites to take all three points.

And with the Wolfsburg game coming up next week, the Italian might decide to keep his best players for the game in Germany.

"Tomorrow's game will be a very difficult one," Mancini said.

"We play against a very good Napoli side so taking a positive result out of the game will be complicated.

"But we want to do well against a team that is ahead of us in the table."

Asked about reports suggesting that he would leave if Internazionale fail to qualify for next season's Champions League, Mancini said: "I read a lot of things.

"But the future depends on the present. Next season depends on now, we improved recently and next season we will be fighting for the title.

"We are creating something important and the work we are doing today should help us to achieve important results at the end of the season."

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