Oct 14, 2021 at 12:45 PM



The imminent landing of the Newcastle united as one of the most economically powerful clubs has begun to put on the map different objectives to strengthen your staff. It is the case of players like Clement Lenglet or Philippe Coutinho.

But from the offices of the ‘magpies’ it has also begun to think on the bench and in the coach who will direct the project so ambitious that it is glimpsed. The British newspaper ‘Daily Mail’ write down the name of Brendan rodgers as a possible coach. But interest shown by the club for the recruitment of current Leicester manager it would have already been rejected by the same technician. The reason, following the information pointed out by the medium, would be that Rodgers would be waiting for the opportunity to arrive at Manchester City in 2023, when Pep Guardiola contract with the ‘citizens’ ends, although the continuity Santpedor’s Manchester coach beyond his current contract is anyone’s guess.

Extensive experience on British benches

To their 48 years, Rodgers has a extensive experience in the Premier benches. Until now, Watford, Reading, Swansea, Liverpool and Leicester have been the teams in which he has trained, in addition to the Celtic in Scotland.