"Young Charlie Nicholas has been telling me for quite a while, going back to the start of the season that all was not happy between the board and Brendan - what Brendan wanted and what he saw as the vision for Celtic - so there was a divide there". Fans were also filmed singing "I hope you die in your sleep Brendan Rodgers" in an Edinburgh pub.
"After nearly three years at Celtic, after all we had achieved on and off the pitch, that it was time to move on to my next challenge".
Tierney is regarded as one of the most promising full-backs in Britain and the Foxes could face stiff competition with Arsenal already plotting a £25million summer move for the Scot.
"It's been a hectic time for Brendan as well as me but I'm sure when things settle down he will be back in touch because he's had a fantastic relationship with the players here", said Lennon, who got his second stint as boss off to a winning start with Odsonne Edouard's stoppage-time victor over Hearts. "They will go in after thinking they have dropped a point".
"It really was huge (beating Hearts), Hearts played really well - they should have gone one up". The mentality is absolutely brilliant and I can't fault them tonight.
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He said as quoted by The Scotsman: "I spoke briefly to Jon Rudkin [Leicester's director of football] and he said he was bearing me in mind if they were thinking of an interim manager".
Lennon has now taken the mantle and will travel to former club Hibernian at the weekend for the Scottish Cup quarter final.
"I think I'll get a better reception than I got at Tynecastle on Wednesday night".
He said: "Well it was a very, very hard decision".
"It will be a bit surreal going back so early". I don't think our paths will cross anyway.