Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare. Photo: Carl Recine/Retuers

LONDON - Craig Shakespeare has flown to Monaco with Leicester’s staff and squad for a post-season debrief and will discuss his future with the club’s owners.

There are yet to be formal discussions on Shakespeare’s prospects for the permanent manager’s job but initial dialogue is expected in the coming days with a belief that the 53-year-old will be offered a permanent role.

Shakespeare said on Sunday he expects a swift resolution, with Leicester needing to press ahead on transfer targets.

It has been suspected chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was open to bringing in a manager of greater experience but Shakespeare impressed by guiding Leicester away from the relegation zone and into the Champions League quarter-finals.

The club usually travel to Thailand for a goodwill tour after the end of each season but have elected to stay closer to home, with a long-haul journey to Hong Kong in the pre-season schedule.

Leicester staff are in the principality to take in this weekend’s Grand Prix.