Tottenham have reportedly offered the manager role to former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, with the north London club missing out on Arne Slot this week.
FootballTransfers claim that the Northern Irish coach has been approached by Daniel Levy to take over at Tottenham, though Rodgers still doesn’t remain Spurs’ first-choice option with Graham Potter and Luis Enrique also on their managerial shortlist.
Rodgers was sacked by Leicester City earlier this season having doomed the Foxes to potential relegation despite an incredible few years prior to this campaign, with the former Liverpool man almost guiding the King Power Stadium side to the UEFA Champions League and winning them the FA Cup.
A figure who Liverpool also dismissed back in 2015 to allow Jurgen Klopp to come in, Rodgers could be open to an immediate return back to the Premier League with Tottenham now offering the 50-year-old the managerial role ahead of the summer transfer window.
Whilst Rodgers time at Leicester came to a nightmare end should the Foxes go down this weekend, the former Liverpool boss could be an ideal fit for Tottenham, and the Reds could soon have to encounter the Northern Irish manager once again in the Premier League.
Liverpool could have to be wary of Rodgers should he join Tottenham
Rodgers has always show glimpses that he can be a top manager in the Premier League during his time with both Liverpool and Leicester, and at Tottenham, the former Chelsea coach could again test the waters against the establishment if Spurs are willing to back the Northern Irishman.
As a result, Liverpool could have to be wary of what Rodgers does at Tottenham, with the north London side potentially in the mix for top-four next season if the former Foxes man decides to make an immediate return to the Premier League with Spurs.