Brendan Rodgers is under pressure and speculations about him will continue as we do believe Leicester will be doing their best to get a solution in place for the two parties to talk through.
Toxic is a good description of the atmosphere at the moment but surely the financial situation at the club must be sorted and as we have seen all years since promotion it has been done by selling the clubs best players.
Such a strategy will over time suck out all energy from a manager who cannot see a solution on him keeping progress running.
Leicester will as a Premier League club either get an owner in that can support with the money needed to buy for progress, and be able to ship out players, being sure the value of them are not reduced as their wages will be a problem moving them on as they will not see themselves losing money.
A new manager will not be as eager to buy new players as he knows the backing will only be in place if you sell other players. In the past great managers such as Sir Bobby Robson and Brian Clough build their success on making minor clubs massive with this type of policy.
To continue with Brendan Rodgers looks difficult at present, but still nothing confirmed as the price of getting it all settled is said to be £10million, and not £25million as suggested by others in the past, so we will see how this will turn out.
The club will most certainly do as they have done in the past possibly having an interim man in charge for a couple of games and then push for a manager that can get them into safety as fast as possible.
Mike Stowell and Gerry Taggart might be the two that could be called on to help out over a short interim setting, it could also involve Jamie Vardy if he is interested.
Without a transfer kitty available and money only to invest if selling players, you will se a number of names not really interested in such a job.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær is from his days at Molde brought up on selling and buying players to keep the club alive and also as a philosophy getting a blend of continuity and change into a realistic picture and as we all know he is blue all over, working at Molde for all these years, and the one bringing Erling Braut Haaland to top flight football for the first time.
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