Brendan Rodgers was appointed director of the city of Leicester after the dismissal of Claude Puel.
"I am very privileged and honored to be here as a manager of Leicester City and I will give my life so that the fans will be proud of their club," said Rodgers, who left his position at Celtic to take the is Foxes. declaration.
"Together, we will be stronger and I look forward to working with players, staff and supporters to make good progress."
Rodgers, who won two consecutive Scottish Premier League titles at Celtic and all other national trophies, returns to the Premier League after leaving Liverpool in 2015.
"I am absolutely delighted to bring a Brendan-caliber manager to Leicester City and look forward to seeing what he, our talented young team and our dedicated and capable team can accomplish together," said Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha. , Vice President of Leicester City. of the appointment.
Puel was sacked Feb. 24, a day after Leicester's 4-1 home defeat against Crystal Palace in the Premier League. The Foxes are 12th on the board and Rodgers goes to King Power. His reputation is strengthened after an incredible success in Scotland.
In his first season as Celtic manager, Rodgers won the 2016-17 title and became the first boss to finish an unbeaten Scottish high flying season for 118 years. Rodgers also completed the first of two national triples while winning the Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup, repeating the feat in 2017-18.
Former Watford, Reading and Swansea manager Rodgers took the lead in Liverpool in 2012 and in 2013-14, nearly ending the club's drought before Manchester City broke his team. the last day of the season.
Since Rodgers left, Celtic has named Neil Lennon manager until the end of the season.
Lennon, a former Celtic player and coach, will be responsible for the club's game against Hearts on Wednesday.