- The Italian FA have begun looking for their next national team head coach
- Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Mancini and Antonio Conte are FIGC's three candidates
- The role has been vacant since November following Giampiero Ventura's sacking
Italian football Association have named three managers for their vacant managerial positions and the managers include Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Mancini and Chelsea's Antonio Conte.
The trio that the FIGC believe can turn around Italy's fortunes after they dismally failed to qualify for this summer's World Cup.
The FIGC sacked manager Giampiero Ventura following Italy's woeful campaign in November, while the FA itself has been without a president for the same period of time since Carlo Tavecchio's resignation
Ancelotti, the only one out of three who is without a job, has been linked with the role since his sacking as boss of Bayern Munich in late September.
Despite this, the former AC Milan and Real Madrid head coach has previously stated that he would prefer to return to club management.
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Conte has also been heavily linked with the position following his fractured relationship with the Blues.
However, the 48-year-old has already managed the Italian national team and said he became frustrated at the lack of time he got to spend with the players.
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