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Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers and Chelsea's Rafa Benitez are candidates to replace Roberto Mancini as Manchester City's manager, according to the Sunday People (via Sunday Mirror).
According to the report, Mancini could lose his job even if City win the FA Cup next month. Mancini, 48, joined City in 2009 and has won the Premier League and FA Cup with the Blues.
Rodgers, 40, is in his first season managing Liverpool. Benitez, 53, will leave Chelsea at the end of the season. He previously managed Inter Milan, Liverpool and Valencia, among others, leading Liverpool to the UEFA Champions League title in 2005.
Meanwhile, The Sun reports that Mancini will remain with City regardless of the FA Cup final result.