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Ranieri tells ITV News: 'I'm very sad after leaving Leicester'

Claudio Ranieri has said that he is "very sad" after leaving Leicester City.

He was speaking to ITV News outside his home where fans queued to take pictures with the former manager.

Asked what he has to say to the club's supporters, he said: "I'm very sad for them, I wish you all the best."


Ranieri: My Leicester dream has died

A mural dedicated to Leicester's former manager Claudio Ranieri. Credit: PA

Claudio Ranieri has said his "dream died" when Leicester sacked him.

The Italian led the Foxes to last season's Premier League title, but on Thursday he lost his job.

Leicester are battling against relegation this term and decided a change was needed to give the team the best possible chance of survival.

But being removed from his post hurt Ranieri, who said on Friday: "Yesterday my dream died.

"After the euphoria of last season and being crowned Premier League champions all I dreamt of was staying with Leicester City, the club I love, for always.

"Sadly this was not to be."

Read Ranieri's full statement on his sacking

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