Leicester City is reportedly considering Jesse Marsch as a potential replacement for Brendan Rodgers, who was recently dismissed. According to sources, Marsch is on the list of potential candidates being considered for the job.
Marsch, who is currently the head coach of RB Leipzig in the German Bundesliga, has impressed with his tactical acumen and ability to develop young players. He previously coached at RB Salzburg, where he won two Austrian Bundesliga titles and reached the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League.
Leicester City, who are currently in fifth place in the Premier League, are looking for a manager who can take them to the next level and compete with the top teams in the league. Marsch’s track record of success with RB Salzburg and RB Leipzig has reportedly caught the attention of Leicester City’s management.
The decision to dismiss Rodgers came after a run of poor results, which saw the Foxes drop out of the top four in the Premier League and suffer a shock defeat in the FA Cup quarter-finals. Rodgers had been in charge of the club since 2019 and had led them to a fifth-place finish in the Premier League last season.
Leicester City’s search for a new manager is ongoing, and it remains to be seen whether Marsch will be offered the job. However, his experience and success in the Bundesliga and Champions League could make him an attractive option for the Foxes as they look to move forward.