Reigning English champions, Leicester city have reportedly approached former English boss Roy Hodgson as a possible replacement for Claudio Ranieri.
Leicester city owner, Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha seems to be impressed with Hodgson’s credentials as the veteran possesses a proven track record with relegation-threatened teams in the Premier League; Fulham in 2007‑08 and West Bromwich Albion in 2010‑11.
However, the experienced 69-year-old has been out of management since England’s early exit from Euro 2016 and has expressed his desire to return to the grass.
“Football is very much in my blood and very much part of my life.
“I want to be involved in football. I feel good. If an offer comes along that I think is the right one for me and for the club, of course I shall be happy to take it.
Interim manager, Craig Shakespeare held the fort in the wake of Ranieri’s dismissal last Thursday and sources say the club owners are also impressed with his conduct after an impressive 3-1 thrashing of Liverpool. He could stay in charge until the end of the season.