Brendan Rogers Set To Quit Celtic For Leicester City Job

Leicester City are set to appoint Brendan Rodgers as their new manager after he agreed to take charge at the King Power Stadium.

Rodgers was the club’s No 1 target following the dismissal of Claude Pueland Leicester now appear poised to signing the former Liverpool manager.
The 46-year-old is on course to win his third treble with Celtic, thoughhis early departure is likely to cost Leicester City around £6 million in compensation fees.
Neil Lennon, meanwhile, is expected to return to Celtic Park where he managed between 2010 and 2014 on an interim basis.
Puel issued a statement on Monday, following his dismissal on Saturday night after the 4-1 thrashing by Crystal Palace.
It read: “I would like to thank everyone that I worked with at Leicester City Football Club. It was a privilege to work with the players, the staff and the management.
“I would also like to thank the fans for their fantastic support as well as their understanding as the team developed.
“I really appreciatethe willingness to learn and work ethic of all of the players and I have no doubt that they will all have bright futures.
“It was my honour to work for the lateand much loved Khun Vichai, who gave me the fantastic opportunity to manage his club and share some great moments with him.
“My mission at Leicester City Football Club ends here but I will continue to follow the performances of the team and wish the club all the best for the future.”
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