Celtic’s management has allowed his manager Brendan Rodgers to negotiate with Leicester, Air Force and Sky Sports have announced. Two days ago, the Premier League club was left without a mentor after the leadership fired Claude Puel for unsatisfactory results.
Brendon Rogers place will be taken by John Kennedy.
If the former Liverpool coach agrees with Leicester, the club will have to pay the Scot 6 million pounds as compensation.
Rodgers drives his third season in Celtic and has already conquered everything on the domestic scene – seven trophies of seven possible.