Leicester City’s search for a new manager is facing a setback as talks with Jesse Marsch appear to be on the verge of collapse. Negotiations with the former Leeds head coach had been progressing well, and the club had been confident of securing his appointment. However, as of Sunday evening, an agreement had not been reached on the final points of the negotiations, leading to doubts over Marsch’s willingness to take on the role. The club had identified Marsch as the replacement for Brendan Rodgers, who departed earlier this month, but with two losses in two games under caretaker manager Adam Sadler, Leicester City’s search for a permanent manager continues. The club has also considered other names, including Ralph Hassenhüttl, Paco García, and Rafael Benítez.
Leicester City have been exploring a number of options as they continue their search for a new manager. Ralph Hassenhüttl, Óscar García, and Rafa Benítez have all been under consideration, in addition to Jesse Marsch. However, the club has been unable to reach an agreement with Marsch, and there are now doubts over whether he will be appointed. The club’s owners are keen to make the right appointment to ensure that the team can avoid relegation and build for the future. With the season approaching its final stages, Leicester will be keen to bring in a new manager as soon as possible.