Ipswich Town manager Kieran McKenna has been linked to the managerial vacancies at Celtic and Leicester City.

Scottish giants Celtic are on the hunt for their next manager after treble-winning boss Ange Postecoglou moved to Tottenham.

The Daily Record reports that Manchester City assistant manager Enzo Maresca 'remains a major contender', but that McKenna 'could also come into the equation'.

Graham Potter, sacked by Chelsea in April, Bodo Glimt boss Kjetil Knutsen, who Ajax are said to be keen on, and Brendan Rodgers, sacked by Leicester in April, have also been linked.

Leicester are looking to appoint their next permanent manager following relegation to the Championship.

The Foxes sacked Rodgers in April, with caretaker boss Dean Smith unable to steer the 2016 Premier League champions to safety.

The Telegraph reports that former Aston Villa and Norwich boss Smith 'has some support within the boardroom', but that City assistant Maresca has 'emerged as a potential target'.

The article goes on to say that McKenna, Scott Parker and Steven Gerrard are also 'in the frame'.

Former England midfielder Parker led Fulham and Bournemouth to Championship promotions but was sacked by Club Brugge in March.

Liverpool legend Gerrard, who had success as manager of Rangers but flopped at Aston Villa, is said to have held talks with Leicester before Smith’s appointment.