Former England coach, Fabio Capello became the latest high-profile manager to turn down an approach to succeed Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool manager.
The former England chief, who quit as national team manager in a row over John Terry's captaincy, is not interested in an audition for the job.
Capello, who has won league titles with four top European clubs during his managerial career, is still keen on one last challenge, but it will not be at Anfield.
Ajax coach Frank de Boer and Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers have also turned down the chance to be interviewed by Fenway Sports Group.
Capello has been linked with a number of roles since he left England, but he would prefer to remain in London.
The Italian coach, who has been spending time in Marbella this week, still hopes that Chelsea will offer him a one-year deal.
Chelsea's board met at the training ground to discuss potential candidates if they decide to replace Roberto Di Matteo.
Abramovich is convinced he needs a tough coach to see the job through and Capello's reputation falls into that category.