Premier League champions Leicester City are looking for a new manager after they sacked Claudio Ranieri last week. The Italian guided Leicester City to their first league title in the club’s history last season but was sacked after poor results this season.
Ex-Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has been linked with the vacant role at Leicester City and he has refused to rule himself out of the job.
“I think Leicester have done very well by going with the assistant manager after Ranieri’s dismissal,” he told De Telegraaf via Metro UK.
“They proved themselves against Liverpool. I have no had contact with Leicester.
“I have so much love for football that I do not exclude it. I never go to a club for several years, but I think it’s great to be working with young people.”