The 30 year old Leicester City defender denied the rumor that he and his team mates wanted the EPL wining manager to be sacked.
The Austrian professional footballer who plays as a left back for English club Leicester City strongly denied the fact that he and his teammates come together to have Claudio Ranieri sacked.
In this February Leicester City relieved the Italian manager from his duties and just before nine months under him the Leicester City create a fairytale story by winning the EPL.
But this season they are unable to continue their magical form and they are sitting just line pass relegation zone this season and because of that reports emerged that the Foxes players want their manager to be sacked.
Under Craig Shakespear( New Manager) the Leicester City has managed to win four consecutive games and now they are preparing themselves for the Champions league Quarterfinal against Atletico Madrid.
Fuchs said: "This is completely far-fetched,"
"I can assure you there was no meeting between the players and the owners in the days before the sacking.
"Of course, the owners talked to us after the games but they take decisions on this level on their own. They are businessmen who lead big enterprises, they know what to do.
"Afterwards he [Ranieri] came to the training ground, shook everyone's hand and wished us all good luck for the rest of the season.
"It might sound matter-of-factly but let me tell you, in my 16 years as a professional I have had 15 different managers. I am very grateful towards Ranieri and the trust he put in me but in the end the players have to accept the owner's decisions."