The ex-Premier League boss was at Waterloo Station this afternoon
Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has sparked rumours on social media after he was spotted in London today.
The Northern Irishman was seen wearing a suit and tie whilst boarding a train at the London station, which has caused Twitter users to insinuate he is heading for a job interview.
Three London-based Championship clubs are currently searching for managers. West London teams Fulham and Queens Park Rangers are searching for a new man in charge, after they sacked Kit Symons and Chris Ramsey respectively.
South London side Charlton Athletic are also looking for a new chief, after they recently relieved Guy Luzon of his duties.
Rodgers has plenty of experience coaching in the second tier of English football, he had spells at Reading and Watford before guiding Swansea City to the top flight after promotion via the 2011 play-offs.
A potential Premier League return?
Some bookies have even tipped Rodgers to take over as Chelsea interim boss until the end of the season, if Jose Mourinho is sacked.
The 42-year old was part of Mourinho’s coaching team during the Portuguese manager’s first tenure at the Blues; he was the Head Coach of the Chelsea youth team.