Ranieri To Snub Italy Post For Retirement At Leicester

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Claudio Ranieri is looking to get a seven year contract at Leicester City and not the Italy job.

The Italy post is soon to be vacant, with Conte set to take over at Chelsea after the Euro 2016.

And Ranieri is keen on staying with Leicester, who are seven points clear at the top, with five games to go.

When asked by Kicker about the rumours surrounding the Italy post, Ranieri replied: “I’m very happy here and don’t think about a change. I think Leicester will be my last destination as a manager.

“I hope they will give me a long-term contract – six or seven years. And then I will finish my career here.”

Ranieri was also quizzed on the key to Leicester’s success, given this time last year the Midlands club were involved in a relegation dogfight.

“We don’t have secrets,” he said. “We only act as no-one would have expected.”

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