Claudio Ranieri is reportedly on the verge of accepting a two-year contract as Coach of Greece.
The former Juventus, Inter and Roma tactician is lined up to replace Fernando Santos after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Ranieri has already accepted the proposal to lead the Greek team into Euro 2016.
The two-year contract would be worth in the region of €1m per season.
He was fired by Monaco last month after finishing second in Ligue 1.
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