#sports activities Brentford’s Thomas Frank is ‘prime of the list as Leicester consider sacking manager Brendan Rodgers’
Leicester ‘put Brentford boss Thomas Frank prime of their list as they consider sacking manager Brendan Rodgers after sixth straight loss’ – though it is going to value them greater than £10MILLION to axe Northern Irishman
- Leicester ‘have made Thomas Frank No 1 selection in the event that they sack Brendan Rodgers’
- The Northern Irishman is beneath large stress with the Foxes backside of the league
- Leicester have misplaced six video games in a row and are three factors adrift in twentieth place
- Brentford manager Frank is reportedly prime of the membership’s list if Rodgers does go away
- It will value the Midlands aspect greater than £10m to axe the former Liverpool boss
Brentford manager Thomas Frank is Leicester’s No 1 selection in the event that they determine to sack boss Brendan Rodgers, in accordance with studies.
The Northern Irishman is beneath heavy stress after six successive defeats, together with a 6-2 loss in opposition to Tottenham on Saturday left the Foxes marooned at the backside of the Premier League desk after their worst begin to a season since 1983.
And The Sun declare that highly-rated Dane Frank is prime of their list of potential replacements if Rodgers will get the axe.
Thomas Frank is reportedly Leicester’s best choice in the event that they determine to sack boss Brendan Rodgers
Rodgers is beneath stress, with the Foxes final in the Premier League after six straight losses
The membership are weighing up whether or not to stay or twist with the Northern Irishman, given it is going to value them greater than £10million to sack him and so they should abide by Financial Fair Play rules
The membership are weighing up whether or not to stay or twist given it is going to value greater than £10million to sack him and so they should abide by Financial Fair Play rules.
Only Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola, Liverpool’s Jurgen Klopp and Tottenham’s Antonio Conte earn greater than Rodgers’ £10m-a-year wage on a profitable contract which runs till 2025 and has him as the highest-paid manager in membership historical past.
But given the membership’s monetary struggles, with solely £15m spent this summer season on defender Wout Faes and a reported annual loss of £120m set to be introduced, there are questions over whether or not the Midlands aspect can afford a pricey severance bundle.
Rodgers mentioned after the resounding Spurs defeat: ‘I understand how soccer works and I completely perceive the frustration of the supporters. I can not cover from that as a result of it is my accountability.
Frank signed a three-year deal in January and is not regarded as in a rush to go away the Bees
Former Burnley boss Sean Dyche is additionally regarded as into account if Rodgers goes
‘Losing the final six video games would not make nice studying however no matter occurs to me right here at Leicester, I’ll at all times respect this membership.’
Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha and director of soccer Jon Rudkin are believed to be discussing whether or not to maintain or take away Rodgers over the worldwide break.
If he does go away, Bees boss Frank is regarded as first selection – though in January he signed a brand new three-year contract expiring in 2025 and is not regarded as eager to exit the west London aspect.
It is additionally reported Leicester are contemplating appointing Sean Dyche, who is out of work after leaving Burnley in April earlier than their eventual relegation to the Championship.