Brentford manager, Thomas Frank has been picked as the possible replacement for Leicester City boss, Brendan Rodgers.
It has been a very poor start to the new season for Leicester City, registering just one point from seven games so far.
Brendan Rodgers’ men were beaten 6-2 by Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday, raising further question marks about Rodgers’ future at the club.
And The Telegraph reports that the Foxed are ‘admirers’ of Frank as a potential replacement for Rodgers.
However, they are unsure whether the Brentford boss would be open to leaving the club.
Rodgers, who signed a new deal in 2019 which runs until 2025, would be entitled to a £10 million payoff if Leicester decide to sack him.
When asked about his position at Leicester after the loss to Spurs, Rodgers said: ‘I don’t know, to be honest. Whatever their decision is, I’ll always respect it.”