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Celtic’s Annual Report Shows Leicester City Paid £8.8M for Brendan Rodgers and His Coaching Team

Celtic’s Annual Report Shows Leicester City Paid £8.8M for Brendan Rodgers and His Coaching Team

Celtic‘s annual report confirms Leicester City forked out almost £9 million in order to prise Brendan Rodgers and his coaching staff out of their contracts with the Scottish champions.

Despite the Hoops chasing an historic treble treble, Rodgers, along with coaches Chris Davies and Kolo Toure, decided to end his two-and-a-half year stay in Glasgow back in February, opting for a return to the English Premier League at the King Power Stadium.

Back in March, Sky Sports were one of a number of news outlets reporting that the Foxes agreed to pay £9 million in order to abruptly end Rodgers’ tenure at Parkhead, and now the Celtic hierarchy have confirmed it in the club’s recent annual report:

Do you think shelling out £9 million for Rodgers and his trusted lieutenants will prove itself to be a shrewd investment for the Leicester board?

And how should Celtic invest the unexpected pricey windfall?

Let us know in the comments section below…

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