HARRY REDKNAPP insists Brendan Rodgers’ achievements at Celtic won’t have gone unnoticed in England.
And the veteran boss, who returned to management with Birmingham City at the age of 70 in April, believes the Irishman could return to the Premier League – if he so desired.
Rodgers, 44, who was sacked by Liverpool on October 4, 2015, became only the third Hoops manager in history to complete the domestic clean sweep of silverware, following Jock Stein (1966/67 and 1968/69) and Martin O’Neill (2000/01).
He became the first gaffer to lead a team through all three Scottish competitions without a defeat, winning 43 out of 47 games and drawing the other four.
And Redknapp believes that remarkable feat will have put the spotlight back on Rodgers.
He said: “I think he could come back to the Premier League if he wanted to.
“But he’s got a great situation up there and they love him.
“I think there will be opportunities for him to come back, and I think he’ll manage a top club in England.”
Rodgers agreed a four-year extension with the six-in-a-row champions on April 7.
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