Arsenal reportedly wants to look for another manager after they’re not satisfied enough with Unai Emery as their manager. Brendan Rodgers has mentioned as Arsenal’s main candidate for the position. But, will he accept the job’s offer?

Brendan Rodgers himself has already admitted that Arsenal is his dream job, but at the same time, he’s unsure whether to leave the exciting project he has started with Leicester City earlier this season. According to reports, the former Celtic and Liverpool manager has emerged as one of the top candidates to take over at Arsenal following Unai Emery’s sacking.

But Brendan Rodgers has established Leicester City as a genuine force in the Premier League. He successfully brings the Foxes can move back above defending champions Manchester City into second on Sunday in less than 12 months at the King Power Stadium.

So we could say, it’s not an easy decision for the Northern Irishmen. Even though he would love to secure a move to Arsenal, leaving Leicester City is also not an option for him at this moment. When he asked about the speculation linking him with The Gunners after Unai Emery’s departure, he said it’s natural that there are links. He thinks, when one doing okay, people want to take them away from something they enjoy.

Brendan Rodgers Has A Strong Bond With Leicester Player

Brendan Rodgers also said his relationship with all of the people at Leicester City including the players is very strong. He believes they are starting something exciting at the King Power Stadium. He admits, The Gunners is a fantastic club, and one of the greatest in the English Premier League.

He also said, there’s also disappointment whenever a coach, whoever he is loses his job. And about Unai Emery, he regards the manager as a manager who has proved himself over a number of years and of course he has sympathy for the former Paris Saint Germain manager.

Other than Arsenal, Manchester United also mentioned as Brendan Rodgers suitor as they’re also unsatisfied with their manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. But Mauricio Pochettino is also one of the most linked names with both clubs as the Argentinian manager recently fired by Tottenham Hotspur. But still, online live casino considered Brendan Rodgers as the most suitable manager for both clubs as he won nine domestic titles at Celtic and perhaps it might be a lot easier for him as he knows how to do it.

 

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