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Kolo Toure may leave Leicester after news potential Wigan boss.

Former Arsenal and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure. Who is now Leicester City’s assistant manager, could given the opportunity to take charge of the club following Wigan Athletic’s interest in him.

Talal Bumarak Al Hammad is the owner of the Wigan Club of Bahrain. There is news that he is preparing to travel to England to ask for negotiations with Former Ivory Coast national team defensive line to accept this job. After the release of Liam Richardson out of position successfully. The team ranks 22nd out of 24 teams of The Championship at this time.

Wigan have contacted Kolo’s younger brother Yaya Toure for the job but he is happy to coach at Spurs under-16 level and if Kolo chooses. Taking up the job he will also become the first African coach to play for the African national team to take up the role of manager in England.

Kolo Toure, who retired from professional football with Celtic in 2017, has been an assistant coach with both the Ivory Coast under-23 national team, Celtic and later. Working with Brendan Rodgers at Leicester since 2019.

About to take over at Wigan Athletic To assign the task of “The Latics” looking for a new coach. After Liam Richardson was fire on Thursday. With the new manager expect to announc at the weekend.

Younger brother Yaya Toure was also consider for the job. But he will stay with Tottenham Hotspur as part of the youth team rather than