Leicester City have an opening in their manager position, and former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has emerged as a candidate, according to Sky Sports.
Schmeichel played at Old Trafford for most of the 1990s, but he has never held a managerial position before.
Coincidentally, his son, Kasper, is currently playing for Leicester City as a goalkeeper.
Former Leicester City manager Martin O’Neill was also rumored to be a candidate, but the Irish manager has yet to be approached by the club.
Leicester City are looking to build on their 14th-place finish and put their latest drama behind them.
Nigel Pearson was sacked as the Foxes’ manager due to a “differences in perspective” with the owner and a brewing scandal.
Three players, including Pearson’s son, were discovered to have been involved in the making of a racist sex tape.
This scandalous tape involved them making racially charged remarks to women with whom they were making sexual contact.
Their Leicester City contracts were terminated as a result.