Jesse Marsch is reportedly in line to make a quick return to management.
That’s according to recent reports which claim the American is a candidate to succeed Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City.
Jesse Marsch is one of the candidates for the Leicester City head coaching job.
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Rodgers, 50, was recently dismissed from Leicester City following a poor season that sees the Foxes in danger of being relegated to the Championship.
Making the decision to relieve the Irishman of his managerial duties ahead of the Premier League’s crucial run-in, which will undoubtedly decide the club’s future, Leicester City’s owners are now on the lookout for a new man to take charge, and it appears Marsch, 49, is in the running.
Having left Leeds United earlier this year, Marsch, formerly of RB Salzburg and RB Leipzig, is an available target and one that would probably jump a the chance to return to the dugout – whether or not he would want to oversee a relegation dogfight is another matter though.
During his 20 years in professional management, Wisconsin’s Marsch has overseen a total of 170 victories, giving him an overall win percentage of just over 50%.