Ranieri to Nantes delayed... because he's too old!


Claudio Ranieri is close to taking the manager's job at French top-flight club Nantes, according to their chairman.

It is claimed that Ranieri's move is being delayed because of an LFP regulation stipulating that head coaches in Ligue 1 must be under the age of 65.

Sources had said that could be overcome but now Kita says Domenech is hindering the deal.

"We have to provide him with the means to take us higher".

Claudio Ranieri will try to revive his career in France after the French soccer league gave permission to Nantes to hire the former Leicester manager on Tuesday.

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Ranieri won the Premier League title in his first season as manager of Leicester City, and led them through the Champions League group stage past year.

But his second season was a disaster as the English team flirted with relegation and he was sacked in February, despite being through to the Champions League last 16.

Nantes finished seventh in Ligue 1 last season with 51 points and 14 wins from 38 games.

Nantes enjoyed a solid finish to the 2016-17 Ligue 1 season under the management of former Portugal winger Sergio Conceicao, who took them to 7th place before becoming manager of FC Porto in his homeland.