“Nothing, I know nothing," Ranieri insisted in his farewell Press conference.
“I'll take the time to relax, and if something nice comes along then I'll think about it.
“They've written a lot of things in England and Italy, but it's not true. I'm waiting, I'm calm, and we'll see."
He added: “Throughout my career I've always said that at the end of the season you finish where you deserve. Therefore where we finish is what we deserve.
“I think it's important for everyone to stay focused. I always said that I would stay, now the President and I have decided to say farewell.
“At the end of the final match the relationship will come to an end. It's been very nice, and I'm content."