Arens Venger, Leonardo Jardim and Andre Villas-Boas refused the opportunity to run Fulham before Claudio Ranieri set up.
Slavisa Jokanovic was fired on Wednesday morning with the Fulham Premier League, after six consecutive defeats, despite spending almost 100 million pounds on the summer transfer market.
The release was the first season made by the Premier League and could lead to other departures. Such a dramatic move can lead to a dominant effect. Mark Hughes, manager of Fulham's next opponent, Southampton seems to be particularly pressurized by a search at the top of the club where Vice President Les Reed is replaced.
In a statement confirming the appointment of Ranieri, Fulham said they had been thinking and talking to numerous candidates. Telegraph Sport can reveal that they included Venger and Jardim, who recently left Monaco after winning the French title two years ago, when he also led them to the Champions League semi-finals and is considered by numerous Premier League clubs and former Chelsea manager Tottenham Hotspur Villas-Boas. It is understood that all three managers politically rejected the opportunity to talk to Fulham.
Venger is determined not to lead another Premier League club, leaving Arsenal at the end of last season, and is awaiting the right opportunity abroad. Bayern Munich, should they be killed by Nick Kovac, it would be interesting for Wenger.