Hiddink, Mancini linked with Hughes’ job at Man City

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes is under pressure to break their run of seven consecutive draws.

Manchester City boss Mark Hughes is under pressure to break their run of seven consecutive draws.

The News of the World says City's 1-1 draw with Hull - their seventh in a row - has left Hughes on the brink with Guus Hiddink, Roberto Mancini and Jose Mourinho all in the frame to replace him.

Russia's unexpected World Cup play-off exit has put former Chelsea boss, Hiddink, on the market and his presence casts a huge shadow over Hughes.

But chairman Khaldoon al-Mabarak is also friends with Italian Mancini and sources claim his track record at Inter Milan where he won Serie A three years in a row has left him as a serious contender for the City job.

Former Stamford Bridge boss Mourinho is also keen on a return to the Prem.

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