Publicado: Mar, Diciembre 03, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Brendan Rodgers to Arsenal?

Brendan Rodgers to Arsenal?

Rodgers has been touted as a target for Arsenal, who sacked manager Unai Emery on Friday, while former Gunners midfielder Mikel Arteta and current interim manager Freddie Ljungberg are also among the candidates to take the job. He was with us here at beIN SPORTS after losing his job at Liverpool.

'If he wasn't going to get it post Wenger, then he had to make the right choices to still be in contention down the line.

"Leicester was the job everyone wanted with the players they have, the infrastructure at the club, so he got it, took that decision and accepted he'd get stick off Celtic fans".

With the Foxes winning their last six matches in a row after a last-gasp 2-1 success at home to Everton today, it is no wonder Rodgers has been linked some top jobs but, by his own admission, he has unfinished business at Leicester. Very happy here. I feel I want to continue with that.

Having lost defensive lynchpin Harry Maguire for around £80 million (RM431 million) to Manchester United, his understudy Soyuncu has seamlessly slotted into the back line and has played every minute in the league this season.

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"My focus is very much with Leicester". The club has been first class with me. "It's all hypothetical - all these types of situations", he confessed.

Arsenal sacked Emery after 18 months in charge during their longest winless run since 1992.

"I was asked a question yesterday about my contract, talking about clauses and stuff like that, and I gave an honest answer which was based on most managers probably have something in their contract", said Rodgers.

"I've been very fortunate in my career to work with some brilliant clubs and great institutions".

Wrongly it must be said, he has been viewed as more of a jovial figure in the media as a result of his witty comments to the press and his generally cheerful personality - not a common trait among many Premier League managers.

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