The UFABET reports that Claudio Ranieri has turned down the role of Monza’s new manager, with
the Serie A side sacking Giovanni Stroppa, who led the club to promotion. After a disappointing start to the season,
Monza currently sits 20th in the table. After collecting only 1 point from 6 matches in the top league Ahead of this week’s clash with Juventus,
Ufabet reportedly contacted Ranieri to offer him the role of manager following the sacking of Strappa, but the manager had already declined.
That led them to turn to push Raffaele Palladino from the youth team to take charge of the first team instead.
The newly promoted side decided to dismiss the 54-year-old Italian coach, who got them promoted to Serie A after his one-year in charge, due to their terrible start to the season. Monza currently sit rock bottom of the Serie A table, picking up only one point from their opening six matches.
Ranieri has been out of work since his dismissal from Watford at the end of January. He only oversaw 14 matches before being shown the door, averaging 0.5 points per match.
Since being sacked from Watford in January last year. After managing the team only 14 games and collecting points averaged only 0.5 points per match
Before that, the 70-year-old spent almost two years at Sampdoria, managing 71 matches.