Brendan Rodgers has refused to rule out a return to Celtic.
The Irish manager returned to the Premier League as he replaced Claude Puel at Leicester City. It was a bit surprising as he took the Leicester job as Celtic are currently on the verge of their third Scottish Premiership title and Rodgers could have been a part of their history.
But the lure of the Premier League proved too hard to resist for the former Liverpool manager who now will be seen in the dugout when the Foxes travel to Vicarage Park to take on Watford.
A section of the Celtic supporter didn’t take the move very well and has shown protest against in various ways. Rodgers insisted he would love to manage Celtic again in future. “I would be hugely, hugely disappointed if I never could go back there.
“I would be incredibly disappointed if I never could after everything that I’ve given.
“Would I work in Scotland again? Of course I would.
“I loved every single second of being there. When it calms down in maybe 10 years, I could maybe go back to Celtic.”
“It’s just time,
“I’m experienced enough now and I’ve been around football for long enough now with coaching. And the experience I’ve gained has allowed me not to get too affected by words and what to.
“I tend to focus more on the good side. Like I said, supporters will hurt and I get that.
“I understand that. That’s why I’ll never come out and ‘kill’ them.”