Leicester’s move to appoint Jesse Marsch as manager close to collapse

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  • Agreement not secured on final points of negotiations
  • Hassenhüttl, García and Benítez have also been considered

Leicester’s move to make Jesse Marsch their manager is on the verge of collapse. The club had been confident of appointing the former Leeds head coach after talks reached an advanced stage but on Sunday evening agreement had not been secured on the final points of the negotiations.

As things stand, Marsch has not been convinced to take the job at the Premier League’s second-bottom club. He had been identified by the owners to replace Brendan Rodgers, who left this month. The team have lost two games out of two under the caretaker manager Adam Sadler.

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Written by Fabrizio Romano
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2023/apr/09/leicesters-move-to-appoint-jesse-marsch-as-manager-close-to-collapse under the title “Leicester’s move to appoint Jesse Marsch as manager close to collapse”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.