Celtic manager Neil Lennon has emerged as a target for Championship club Leicester City.

SunSport suggests that the Foxes are looking to replace Nigel Pearson following the last-gasp Championship play-off semi-final loss to Watford and Lennon is being earmarked as his successor.

41-year old Lennon, who has guided the Hoops to the past two Scottish Premier League titles, is a club legend at Leicester where he won two League Cups in 1996-97 and 1999-00.

Leicester's Thai owners are desperate to get into the Premier League and after the weekend's disastrous defeat to the Hornets at Vicarage Road, are looking to make a change at the top with Lennon one of their prime targets.

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