Claudio Ranieri News and Features
Claudio Ranieri Nantes boss Claudio Ranieri, 66, is interested in becoming Italy's head coach.
Andre Villas-Boas Successive heavy defeats to Bournemouth and Watford have piled pressure on Antonio Conte, but how does he compare to other Chelsea managers?
Roberto Mancini Antonio Conte, who coached Italy between 2014-16, wants to work with the national team again, according to Roberto Fabbricini.
Edinson Cavani Gómez Paris Saint-Germain benefitted from a harsh offside call against Nantes, who finished their 1-0 defeat with a bizarre sending off.
Claudio Ranieri Lucas Moura is reportedly attracting interest from Manchester United and Tottenham, meaning a switch from PSG to Nantes looks unlikely.
Arsene Wenger The Arsenal boss has seen numerous managers come and go at Stamford Bridge since his appointment in 1996. Greg Lea recounts his many clashes (on and off the pitch) with counterparts from a few miles down the road
Claudio Ranieri Premier League-winning manager Claudio Ranieri said he would be willing to answer Italy's call as a replacement for Gian Piero Ventura.
Antonio Conte Antonio Conte's future at Chelsea may be uncertain but Claudio Ranieri is convinced the 48-year-old will stay at the club.
Kevin Phillips Early starts, late finishes and learning to be unselfish – Derby County assistant Kevin Phillips on making the transition from player to coach
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