Claudio Ranieri has denied he has been approached by Leeds United
Leeds United are in the market for a new manager following Garry Monk's shock resignation this week.
The Daily Star claim new owner Andrea Radrizzani has set his sights on former Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri.
However, the 65-year-old has claimed he has not been approached by the Elland Road club and knows nothing about the Championship side's interest.
"I don't know anything about this Leeds story. I haven't spoken to them," Ranieri told website TrainingGroundGuru.
Claudio Ranieri has reportedly turned down approaches from Inter Milan and Watford
"I'm in London to watch the FA Cup final tomorrow.
"I'll be supporting my old team Chelsea of course."
And when asked if he would be interested in taking over at Leeds, he added: "I prefer not to speculate."
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Ranieri has been out of work since being sacked by Leicester in February.
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The Foxes let him go just nine months after he guided them to their first Premier League title.
The Italian has been in high demand since leaving the King Power stadium and has reportedly already turned down positions at Inter Milan and Watford.