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Former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri ‘attracts interest’ from Italy, Spain and Germany

Former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri will not be out of work for long, it appears.

The Italian, sacked by City just over a fortnight ago, is reportedly attracting interest from numerous clubs around Europe.

Despite’s City poor league form under Ranieri this season, the Italian’s stock remains high after the historic Premier League triumph and a total of four sides, from Germany, Spain and his native Italy, have now been linked with the 65-year-old.

Earlier this week, Goal reported that Ranieri had turned down the vacant manager’s post at Bundesliga relegation battlers Wolfsburg.

Ranieri has also been linked with a return to Fiorentina when the managerial merry-go-round starts spinning in the summer. At Fiorentina, Ranieri would replace another former City boss, Paulo Sousa, rumoured to be a possible appointment for Juventus with Max Allegri still to confirm his plans for the future.

Ranieri managed Fiorentina between 1993 and 1997, winning the Serie B title and then Coppa Italia, and will be a guest of honour in Florence on Sunday when Fiorentina celebrate their 90th anniversary.

Two more clubs have emerged as possible destinations for Ranieri over the past couple of days.

On Thursday, Spanish daily AS reported that mid-table La Liga side Las Palmas could turn to Ranieri if contract negotiations with current manager Quique Setien fall through.

While on Friday, Corriere dello Sport said Palermo, seven points from safety in Serie A. Would be keen to make Ranieri their 11th manager since the beginning of 2016.

Ranieri, however, may have an eye on a Premier League return.

His agent, Steve Kutner, said shortly after his sacking. “There has already has been big interest in Claudio, both in Italy and in China.

“But his priority is to come back and manage in the English Premier League. As soon as the opportunity presents itself.”