Do Brendan Rodgers suitable to become Arsenal next manager

Do Brendan Rodgers suitable to become Arsenal
next manager? Brendan Rodgers will not be taking over from
Unai Emery as Arsenal’s next permanent manager after dedicating his future to Leicester City. Brendan Rodgers has ruled out leaving Leicester
for Arsenal despite rumours swirling over his future at the King Power Stadium. The
former Liverpool boss has been linked with the Emirates hot seat since Unai Emery’s
sacking last week, and a potential release clause in his contract worried Foxes fans. He said: “What I will say is that I have
a contract here until 2022, the club haven’t indicated to me that they’re going to sack
me. “I’m very happy and I don’t need to
look elsewhere. “Why would I want to leave Leicester City
at this moment in time? I’m working with a group of talented players.” The ex-Swansea boss added: “I spoke about
contract but I was directly responding to a question. “There will always be speculation around
jobs. I repeat: I’m happy here. I want to continue with that. Take from that what you
want.” Jason McAteer told LFC TV last week: “I
know he’s distanced himself [from the Arsenal job], but it wouldn’t surprise me if he’s
had a little phone call. “And you know what Brendan’s like, if he
fancies it. “Can he jump ship now? I’m not sure whether
he can, but I think he would fancy it. “The others are obviously [Mikel] Arteta,
[Max] Allegri, Nuno [Espirito Santo], but Brendan for me has always wanted to be a top
six manager.” He added: “I think he’ll be disappointed
he never got the Chelsea job, he’ll have got one eye on what’s happening at Manchester
United. “Size of clubs going, and no disrespect
to Leicester, but Arsenal are a massive club and that is where Brendan feels he belongs.” Gunner legend Paul Merson advised Rodgers
to put aside his current success with Leicester, to lead a bigger club. Share on Sky Sports,
Merson said: “Rodgers is happy and Leicester is the best
team in the league at the moment. However, don’t just look at the next 6 months, you
have to pay attention to the overall picture, and the next 5 years. Arsenal is a big, big
football club. ” “He used to lead Liverpool, but Arsenal is
one of the top 10 clubs in Europe. And in my opinion, I think Rodgers should take that

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