The former Italy boss, who steered the Azzurri to World Cup glory in 2006, is currently out of work.
The 63-year-old has been linked with several English clubs in recent months, including Chelsea, where Carlo Ancelotti's position is looking increasingly precarious, and Championship winners-elect Queens Park Rangers, who have strong financial backing from Britain's richest man, Lakshmi Mittal.
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Davide Lippi, his son and agent, said: 'The will to return to coach is there. But it needs to be an important project, a serious club.
'There are many proposals coming from the Premier League and from La Liga (Spain).'
As a club coach Lippi has won five Serie A titles, four Italian Super Cups, one Champions League title, one European Super Cup and one world club title.
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