Juande Ramos set to take Manchester City job

Ollie Irish

5th, June 2007

Ramos.jpgSeville boss Juande Ramos is the new favourite to take charge at Manchester City. The Spaniard is the new frontrunner to take over at Eastlands after Claudio Ranieri was appointed Juventus manager. The 52-year-old is still overseeing Seville’s La Liga title tug-of-war with Real Madrid and Barcelona.
BBC correspondent Jonathan Legard said: “I am told the man that City could now concentrate on is Ramos. He has guided Seville to the Uefa Cup for the last two years. Other names will surely be mentioned but Ramos appears to find most favour.” City fans can be assured they would be getting themselves a manager with a track record of winning silverware – having won two Uefa Cups on the bounce – but a glass jaw.