CASH-STRAPPED Leicester are calculating the price of sacking supervisor Brendan Rodgers after a sixth consecutive defeat leaves them stranded on the foot of the Premier League.
Rodgers is among the highest-paid managers in Britain, with solely Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Antonio Conte incomes greater than the Northern Irishman’s £10 million-a-year.
And with a contract which nonetheless has virtually three years to run, it can value in extra of £10 million in severance pay to eliminate the 49-year-old.
However with the membership spending simply £15 million in the summertime switch market and set to report document annual losses of £120 million, the massive query is whether or not they can afford to wield the axe.
Rodgers, who was appointed Leicester boss in February 2019, appeared virtually resigned to his destiny following Saturday’s 6-2 hammering at Spurs.
He stated: “I understand how soccer works and I completely perceive the frustration of the supporters. I can not conceal from that as a result of it is my duty.
“Shedding 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.”
Now chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha and director of soccer Jon Rudkin will determine on the upcoming worldwide break whether or not Rodgers has reached the tip of the highway.
Brentford head coach Thomas Frank is the identify on the high of their listing of potential replacements.
However the highly-rated Dane solely signed a brand new contract till 2025 in January and is in no rush to go away the bold west London membership.
That would go away Leicester to show to Sean Dyche, who has been out of labor since his shock sacking by Burnley in April and wouldn’t value a penny in compensation funds.
Dyche, 51, lives within the Midlands and has additionally been linked with managerless Bournemouth in current weeks.