Celtic football club held a face-to-face talk with its former manager, Brendan Rodgers, ahead of a possible return to the Scottish giant.
Chief executive Michael Nicholson and finance director Chris McKay flew by private jet to Mallorca, where Rodgers owns a home, on Saturday.
Rodgers decided to take a sabbatical leave after he got sacked by Leicester City due to a series of poor results in the league.
A return of Brendan Rodgers to the club will make him the club’s assistant manager for a long time. The new Tottenham manager, Ange Postecoglou, wants Kennedy to be his number two.
The Scottish Champions do not want to lose him due to his positive impact on the team. Swansea manager Chris Davies was the front-runner for the job, but the return of Rodgers is everything the fans want.
Manchester City assistant manager Enzo Maresca, who was also a front-runner for the job, has been appointed as the new manager of Leicester City.
Brendan Rodgers Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Brendan Rodgers is $16 million. His lucrative career as a football manager has allowed him to accumulate a substantial net worth.
Among the elite teams that Rodgers has led are Celtic, Liverpool, and Leicester City. Throughout his career, he has won the Scottish Premier League, the League Cup, and the FA Cup.
Rodgers has received recognition for his work with young players and is a well regarded coach.
Brendan Rodgers Spouses
Brendan Rodgers has had two marriages. He had two children, a son named Anton and a daughter named Mischa, with Susan Rodgers, his first wife. 2015 saw the couple’s divorce.
Rodgers wed Charlotte Searle in 2017, and the two met while she worked as Liverpool Football Club’s travel coordinator. The pair is not parents to any children.
How Tall Is Brendan Rodgers
Rodgers is 5 feet 7 inches tall, or 1.7 meters tall.
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It was reported that Celtic were ready to offer him an increase on his previous contract and wanted to make him the highest-paid coach in Celtic history.
It is understood that Celtic are ready to back the manager in the ongoing transfer window. The Celtic board wants to keep the club in shape for the Scottish Premier League and the Champions League.