"My only concentration is Leicester" - Brendan Rodgers addresses Arsenal speculation

Arsenal prepared to wait until next summer for Brendan Rodgers - and he is keen on the job

Brendan Rodgers plays down rumours over Arsenal link

The Foxes boss is high on the list of the powerbrokers at Emirates Stadium after guiding his team to 32 points from their opening 14 matches - perhaps the only club now capable of denying Liverpool their first league title since 1990.

Rodgers enhanced his reputation even more with a tactical switch that brought a last-gasp 2-1 victory over Everton, with substitute Kelechi Iheanacho creating the equaliser for Jamie Vardy and then scoring the victor in stoppage time.

Rodgers is reportedly Arsenal's preferred choice after Unai Emery was sacked on Friday, with speculation claiming the former Liverpool and Celtic boss has a £14million release clause.

"My focus is very much here with Leicester". I left a club eight and a half months ago and that was a change I made to come to a club with ambition.

Leicester came close to levelling in the 54th minute when Ricardo accelerated into the box and forced a one-handed save from Pickford while at the other end Holgate controlled a corner at the back post and hammered a shot from the angle but it was blocked before Mina glanced a headed chance wide from close range.

"For me, at this moment, we've had a brilliant win today. So my concentration is very much with Leicester".

"I've been very fortunate in my career to work with some brilliant clubs and some great institutions and coming to here, this was an ambition to come here to help the club arrive in the top six. Me, I'm just concentrating on Leicester". I came here to help the project and see if we could bring it forward.

"There probably is [a clause] in most manager's contracts". It is all hypothetical, these types of situations. Kelechi Iheanacho's scored in stoppage time to secure a 2-1 victory over Everton, who had taken the lead in the first half.

'You saw afterwards with the celebrations with all the players and staff that everyone was so happy for him.

"Everything has been great so far but we know there will be bumps along the way".

His athleticism and quality on the ball, and ability to get it into the box caught the eye of many Everton supporters, plenty of whom took to social media during the match and after it, to highlight how well the on loan Monaco man was playing.

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