Graham Potter’s immediate plans following his dismissal by Chelsea would be of interest to Leicester.
Potter was fired after only seven months at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, the same day Leicester fired Brendan Rodgers. But, long before he moved to Chelsea, he was admired by the Leicester management.
It is unclear whether Potter would want to get back on the horse right away, but if Leicester survives this season, he will most likely be at the top of their long-term list.
Rodgers was informed that his four-year reign was coming to an end during a meeting at the club’s opulent £90 million training complex on Sunday morning, following Leicester’s dismal 2-1 loss at Crystal Palace.
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Rodgers was on borrowed time, according to Sportsmail’s social media channels, and an announcement was made around 1.30pm.