Claudio Ranieri is not looking to retire from the exciting round leather game any time soon as he hope to continue in the English Premier League.
The ex-Leicester City boss was relieved of his duty as manager of the Foxes last Thursday, nine months after winning the highly coveted Premier League trophy.
According to Sky Sports, Ranieri has gotten offers from China, Italy and other leagues but the Italian has resolved to remain in the EPL.
The former Leicester manager who was named FIFA Men’s Coach of the Year 2016 allegedly fell out with some senior players at the club. A situation which eventually led to his sack by the Board.
However Ranieri told close friends of his cordial relationship with the senior players at Leicester but admitted have issues with a couple of his former players, as per Sky Sports.
The Foxes currently placed 18th on the league table, just a step above the relegation zone. They play Liverpool on Monday night, their first game without Claudio Ranieri on the touch line.
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