Brendan Rodgers plays down links with Arsenal job
Leicester director Brendan Rodgers has played links linking him.
The Gunners sacked Unai Emery on Friday afternoon and Rodgers is on the watch for the vacant manager’s job at the Emirates, Sky Sports News knows.
However, the former Liverpool and boss says he’s dedicated to the job he is building in the King Power Stadium.
“It is natural there are links,’ said Rodgers. “If you are doing fine men and women want to take you apart from something you like. It does not matter, if you’re not.
“We’re at the beginning of a thing here. The gamers and my relationship with the individuals here is extremely strong. We believe we are starting something exciting.
“Arsenal is a wonderful club. One of the greats in this nation. If Unai has moved on, I’m sure they have of who they want to attract in an notion.
“There’s disappointment each time a coach loses his job. Unai has proved himself. I’ve got sympathy for him”
Rodgers has hailed the part of the club’s supporters in helping to make the King Power Stadium a formidable place for visiting groups.
The Foxes have lost one of the 12 Premier League games before their fans, winning eight and drawing and are unbeaten at home this year.
Rodgers’ facet, who head to this weekend’s round of fixtures sponsor Everton on Sunday.
Ahead of the match, he explained:”The list we have is down to some mixture of those players and supporters.
“You have to give the supporters something to shout about. They are paying money to come to matches when fans see work, it’s our responsibility to inspire them. The service was brilliant.
“When you have that mixed, you could be a true force. For those who have more supporters, such as people do at home, it’s excellent.”