Leicester next permanent manager odds

Next permanent Leicester manager

Brendan Rodgers2.252.25
Mike Stowell4.504.50
David Wagner8.008.00
Michael Appleton9.009.00
Rafael Benítez9.009.00
Roberto Martínez9.009.00
Sean Dyche13.0013.00
Neil Lennon15.0015.00
Nigel Pearson17.0017.00
David Moyes26.0026.00
Mikel Arteta26.0026.00
Antonio Conte34.0034.00
Chris Wilder34.0034.00
Julen Lopetegui34.0034.00
Lee Johnson41.0041.00
Sam Allardyce41.0041.00
Thierry Henry41.0041.00
Slaviša Jokanovic51.0051.00
Steve Clarke51.0051.00
Arsène Wenger67.0067.00
Chris Coleman67.0067.00
Frank Lampard67.0067.00
Gary Rowett67.0067.00
Leonardo Jardim67.0067.00
Marcelo Bielsa67.0067.00
Alan Pardew81.0081.00
Harry Redknapp81.0081.00

Leicester City Next Manager

After Leicester City sacked their Premier League winning manager Claudio Ranieri, they made Craig Shakespeare their manager. He did a good job and finished the season but started the next season horribly. Which led to him being sacked and was replaced by Claude Puel, who is the current manager of the club. When Puel joined Leicester, he saw the club at 18th place on the table but he managed to finish the season on the top half of the table at 9th. It was speculated that he will leave the club after last season but he remained as the manager.

Leicester started the 2018/19 season with a loss against Manchester United. Some talks have started of him possibly being replaced by a new manager. The managers who could replace Claude Puel are:

Brendan Rodgers
Current Team: Celtic

Brendan Rodgers has a long list of experience in managing a club from England. Watford, Reading, Swansea, and Liverpool are the four clubs he managed before joining Celtic in 2016. He may decide to come back to England and manage another Premier League side once again. Leicester City could be the club to bring him back if they decide to hire a new manager.

Rafael Benitez

Current Team: Newcastle United

Rafael Benitez is a manager with a lot of experience in clubs all over Europe. He has had a fantastic record in most of them. He managed Valencia, Liverpool, Inter, Chelsea, Napoli and Real Madrid before becoming the manager of Newcastle United. He has won many trophies throughout his managerial career. He could be a fantastic choice for Leicester if they decide to hire a new manager. Rafa has been at Newcastle for over two years, so the club may need to persuade him with the right offer to take the job.