Brendan Rodgers has his heart in Scotland while still coaching in England at Leicester where his side is heading to Etihad to face ManchesterCity in their second last match of the season.
But regardless of this, it is evident that his a part of his heart was left in Scotland where he had been leading the side guiding them to a good number of trophies during his stay in there.
The Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers, who came in after Ranieri was shown the door says “with my heart, I’d always be” at Celtic despite quitting the Scottish champions in February.
Rodgers guided his boyhood club to seven trophies over his two-and-a-half years as manager.
Celtic clinched their eighth Scottish Premiership title on Saturday under Neil Lennon, who has been interim manager since Rodgers’ departure.
“The times that we had there were amazing,” he told Leicester City TV.
“With my heart, I would always be there because no matter where I have been in my life I always look for the Celtic result and that’s in you from when you are young.
“But there comes a time in your life that maybe the professional challenge means you have to look elsewhere.
“But that doesn’t change who I support. I will always support Celtic.”