Ghana defender Daniel Amartey will work under Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City after the Northern Irishman officially joined the Premier League side on Tuesday.
Rodgers, who left his post at Celtic, has signed until June 2022, according to Sky Sports. He has replaced Frenchman Claude Puel, who was shown the door following Saturday’s 4-1 defeat to Crystal Palace at the King Power Stadium.
Rodgers takes charge with the team 12th in the table, eight points clear of the relegation zone and as many off seventh place.
The 46-year-old has left Celtic in his third season, having won the domestic treble in each of his first two campaigns in Glasgow.
With Celtic eight points clear in the Scottish Premiership and through to the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup, they could win a treble again this season.
The Foxes meanwhile occupy 11th on the Premiership table with 35 points after 28 games.
Amartey has been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury in October last year.