“Why not? If a good project arrives, why not?” the former Chelsea and Leicester City manager, sacked by the latter club in February, told Reuters on Tuesday when asked whether he might return to England.
“I look for the Premier League or another league in
The much-travelled Italian was back in the dug-out on Tuesday, if only for an evening, as coach of a World Stars charity match in
The 65-year-old, who pulled off one of the all-time upsets in taking
“If I have had some discussions, I don’t tell you,” he laughed.
Dapper in blue blazer and jeans, the 65-year-old watched as a team mainly composed of Formula One drivers took on sporting celebrities including former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur defender William Gallas.
Captained by Williams driver Felipe Massa, the F1 team included Red Bull’s Australian Daniel Ricciardo, Russian Daniil Kvyat, Spaniard Carlos Sainz, retired double champion Mika Hakkinen and Michael Schumacher’s son Mick.
Ranieri, a former
The Italian, who will be back in
“I am very stimulated to make another great season,” he said.
“For me, (what) is important (is) the project. And I look at the right project.”