Former Wanderers manager Neil Lennon, who managed Bolton between 2014 and 2016, looks to have found himself a new job.
After the ex-Bolton boss left Hibernian last month, Lennon has been out of work. However, it has emerged within the last few hours that Lennon could be on his way back to one of his old clubs.
It was reported earlier today that Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers will leave the Scottish club for the vacant position at Leicester City.
The move would leave the Scottish champions without a manager. However, according to the BBC, Celtic have approached Neil Lennon to return to the club he managed between 2010 and 2014.
Neil Lennon at Bolton
Neil Lennon’s time at Bolton started well in October 2014. He led the club to five wins in his first seven games. However, after the brilliant start, several injuries killed off any momentum the manager’s arrival had built up.
Fans were eager to see how Bolton would progress in 2015/16, when Lennon started his first full season in charge. But, the promising start the manager made the previous campaign could not be replicated and Wanderers struggled.
However, Neil Lennon was in the wrong place at the wrong time when the club hit serious financial problems during the 2015/16 season.
Bolton’s survival hopes took a big hit when the club were handed a transfer embargo in December 2015.
Realising the club was heading for relegation, Lennon left Bolton in March 2015.