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?
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