Sacked Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini won't be short of offers this summer.

The Daily Mail says French football's two richest clubs, Monaco and Paris St Germain, were drawing up lucrative bids to install him as coach next season.

But the lure of a plum job in his homeland at rejuvenated Napoli could outweigh financial gain, as the 48-year old Italian ponders his next move.

Second-placed Napoli are fast emerging as the biggest threat to Juventus' Serie A dominance but have been forced to put out feelers for a new manager, after a protracted contract dispute with current boss Walter Mazzarri.