Tony La Russa isn’t coming out of retirement to manage the Reds or any other team.

“The managing thing is over’’ the 69-year-old La Russa told The Post Saturday.

La Russa who retired after winning the 2011 World Series with the Cardinals said nothing has changed since he walked away.

A three-time World Series champion manager La Russa said he is in regular contact with Reds general manager Walt Jocketty but probably “has had more than enough of me” after La Russa managed for Jocketty in Oakland and St. Louis.

As for former Reds outfielder Yankees icon and current YES announcer Paul O’Neill being a candidate to manage his hometown team he says the process hasn’t gotten as far as it has been reported.

“A lot of that stuff has been blown out of proportion. As far as me meeting with [Reds owner] Mr. [Bob] Castellini that hasn’t happened’’ O’Neill told The Post Saturday.

Asked if he would push the issue O’Neill said “They are a great team and I think if anybody’s name was brought up they would be interested but that hasn’t happened at this point.’’

Reds Hall of Famer Barry Larkin has been linked to the job.