Chinese Super League side, Tianjin Quanjian has denied rumours claiming they are interested in appointing Carlo Ancelotti as manager.
The Italian manager was sacked by Bayern Munich in the wake of their 3-0 UCL loss to Paris Saint-Germain.
Back in September former Bayern man, Besler claimed Ancelotti had a pre-contract agreement with a CSL club. The former Madrid coach denied such claims.
Rumours have now suggested Tianjin are keen on appointing him, but the club’s billionaire owner Shu Yuhui has rubbished it.
When asked about Ancelotti, he told Tianjin TV: “I haven’t considered changing our coach, at least for now. [Cannavaro and I] have a good partnership and there is a chemistry between us.
“We didn’t play well enough in the last two games and I know how gutted Cannavaro must feel. He even said to his players that a year-and-a-half’s effort has been ruined by their weak mentality.
“Cannavaro is working very hard and he really wants the team to get good results so as to bring happiness to our fans.
“I like him very much and I hope with the experience gained at Quanjian, he can continue to improve himself and in the future grow into the best coach in the world.”