Jesse Marsch set for Premier League return to replace manager who hadn’t won a match in two months

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Jesse Marsch is set for a return to the Premier League, eight weeks after being relieved of his duties as Leeds boss.

According to The Sun, Marsch is in line to replace Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City after the Northern Irishman saw his time at the King Power Stadium come to an end last Sunday.

His departure was on the cards for a while with the club 19th in the Premier League and winless in all competitions since February 11th.

Rodgers saw his four-year spell at Leicester end last weekend

Marsch himself was sacked earlier in the season when he departed Leeds on February 5th following no league wins in seven games but the American is being touted for the Leicester vacancy where he would have a massive job on his hands to reignite some confidence into a struggling squad.

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For the time being though, caretaker bosses Adam Sadler and Mike Stowell remain in charge as the Foxes prepare for a huge game against fellow strugglers Bournemouth this afternoon.

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