Cape Town - Leicester
will reportedly offer caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare the job until
the end of the season, after a promising start to his tenure.
Shakespeare has been a part of the Foxes' coaching staff for eight
years, having first worked as Nigel Pearson's assistant and then for
The 53-year-old was put in charge of first-team affairs following
Ranieri's sacking last month, and has recorded back-to-back wins over
Liverpool and Hull in his first two games at the helm.
The Premier League champions have held informal talks with former
England manager Roy Hodgson about taking over the reins, but they are
set to keep faith with Shakespeare, according to BBC Radio Leicester.
Caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare previously said he was ready to
take on the role full-time after overseeing an impressive 3-1 win
against Liverpool in his first game.
Shakespeare will be seeking a third win on the spin when his side travel to the capital to take on West Ham on March 18.
Kick off is at 17:00.