Former Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has described Rangers as a “fantastic club with a fantastic manager” as he endorses Andy King’s move to Leicester, according to Four Lads Had a Dream.
The former Celtic boss controversially left Parkhead for Leicester City halfway through the campaign last year, and now he looks set to embolden Rangers title charge with midfielder King [BBC Sport].
According to Four Lads, he’s also given a glowing recommendation of the Ibrox club in the wake of the move.


The Rangers insider also tags reputable Evening Times journalist Chris Jack in the post.
It’s actually a nice touch from Rodgers and Four Lads are adamant the former Liverpool manager has endorsed the move.
And why shouldn’t he have?
King is only 30 years old and still has plenty to offer. If there are no plans for him in the Leicester City squad this season there’s absolutely nowhere bigger to move for a year than Rangers.
And given King’s style of play and legendary status amongst the Leicester support, there’s nowhere really better suited to him than Rangers.
It’s also true – Rangers are a fantastic club with a fantastic manager.

Andy King looks set to move on-loan to Glasgow for the season. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

So whilst some might be upset he’s moving to Ibrox on loan, it looks like a really shrewd piece of business by Rangers.
According to Four Lads Had a Dream – Brendan Rodgers is inclined to agree!
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