Official: Claude Puel sacked by Leicester after 4-1 loss

Leicester City has gone separate ways with Claude Puel, who leaves his situation as First Team Manager with prompt impact.

An official articulation stated: ‘The Club might want to express gratitude toward Claude for his endeavors in driving the group amid his 16 months in the job and wish him well in his future vocation.’

‘Partner Manager Jacky Bonnevay likewise leaves with the Club’s all the best.’

‘First Team Coaches Mike Stowell and Adam Sadler, upheld by the Club’s set up reserved alcove staff, will accept accountability for the senior squad while the Club starts the way toward delegating another supervisor.’

‘The Board will make no further remark until this procedure is finished.’

The Frenchman has been given his walking orders by Foxes boss after Saturday’s 4-1 whipping by Crystal Palace.

Puel has won only four of 13 games at the King Power Stadium, losing seven – incorporating the last four in progression.

Presently, with Leicester having tumbled to twelfth in the table, the ex-Southampton supervisor has been hacked out.

It is comprehended that Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers is most loved to assume control at the King Power Stadium.

Puel was an unexpected arrangement for some when he supplanted Craig Shakespeare in October 2017.

He was upheld by the club’s hierachy to sprinkle the money the previous summer, getting assaulting full-back Ricardo Pereira and James Maddison.

Jonny Evans, Danny Ward, Rachid Ghezzal, Caglar Soyuncu and Filip Benkovic likewise moved to Leicester, totalling £89million.

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