Brendan Rodgers has emerged on Leicester’s radar as a shock alternative to Claude Puel.
The Celtic boss ticks a lot of boxes with the Foxes, who have been thinking of a change amid talk of player unrest.
Rodgers has great Premier League experience and has won two successive league titles in Scotland.
He would be ideal to take Leicester closer to the top six and a European return.
Puel was backed at the end of the season despite whispers he was leaving.
But other managers, such as Rafa Benitez and Arsene Wenger, were considered — but Rodgers is more likely.
There’s already been activity at the King Power Stadium, with Jonny Evans arriving from West Brom for £3.5million.
The likes of Jack Grealish, Patrick Roberts and James Maddison have also been linked with moves to Leicester.
But one man set for an imminent exit is Riyad Mahrez, who is finally set to get his dream switch to Manchester City.
Mahrez, who handed in a transfer request to force through the move in January, will bank Leicester a stunning £75m, opening the door for even more arrivals.