Pressure on Brendan Rodgers looks to be intensifying with Leicester City currently sitting at the bottom of the Premier League with just one point from six matches.
Last season, the Foxes regressed and ultimately finished eighth in 2021/22, having challenged for Champions League qualification in both 2019/20 and 2020/21.
What must be noted, is that the Northern Irishman has transformed the way that Leicester play, having taken over from Frenchman Claude Puel who opted for a much more pragmatic approach.
Since joining Leicester back in February 2019, Rodgers has overseen his side win 81 of 176 matches in charge, whilst drawing 39, equating to a win percentage of 46%. During this time, the Foxes managed to win their first-ever FA Cup in 2021 thanks to a wonder strike by Youri Tielemans. On top of this, they also managed to win the Community Shield later that year at the expense of Manchester City.
However, following a lacklustre transfer window that saw them lose the likes of Kasper Schmeichel and Wesley Fofana, the ex-Celtic man is priced at 2/5 to be the next Premier League Manager to leave, perhaps his time is up at the King Power Stadium.