A weekend report from The Daily Record alleges that Brendan Rodgers was actively trying to sell Moussa Dembele to other clubs without the striker seeking the move.
Journalist Duncan Castles claims, via sources close to Dembele, that the former Hoops manager tried to get the striker to move to Leicester with him last year, prior to his blockbuster transfer to Lyon.
The report states that Rodgers offered a move to the Foxes or Newcastle United, revealing that he was intending to leave Celtic and would like to sign up the Frenchman at his new club.
Also offering him a big money move to China, a league where Rodgers was also heavily linked with, if you believe the report it’s clear that the new Leicester manager was actively working against the club’s interests while claiming he was trying to do his best for it.
At this stage we’re looking lucky to be getting rid of the 46-year-old. He neither had the class or intention to be a long-term manager at the Hoops and we don’t need that kind of man here, even if he did deliver trophy success.
We’ve seen through his lies and his false promises and now we can move on and forget all about him.