Brendan Rodgers' potential return to Swansea receives mixed response from fans

The former Liverpool boss is being lined up to take charge at the south Wales club at the end of the Premier League season.

Swansea City fans have taken to Twitter to voice their opinions on rumours, as reported by the Daily Telegraph, surrounding Brendan Rodgers’ possible return to the club - and supporters are certainly split on the news.

After leading the south Wales club to the Premier League in 2010-11 through the Championship play-offs, the Northern Irish boss secured top-flight safety with an 11th-place finish before leaving to take charge of division heavyweights Liverpool.

Rodgers achieved varying success during his tenure on Merseyside, as the Anfield club finished as runners-up in the 2013-14 campaign to equal their best-ever Premier League finish. However, Rodgers was unable to secure any silverware within his first three seasons - the first Liverpool manager since the 1950s to do so - and was relieved of his duties in October with the club 10th in the table. 

Following the sacking of fans' favourite Garry Monk in December, Swansea placed Italian coach Francesco Guidolin in charge until the end of the campaign but he is not expected to stay on.

A report from the Daily Telegraph believes club officials are keen to offer former coach Rodgers a return to management at the Liberty Stadium - news that the Swans fans are not overwhelmingly satisfied with.

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