Jamie Carragher urges Brendan Rodgers to forget about Arsenal job


Leicester are ahead of Manchester City and Chelsea FC in the Premier League title race, while the Foxes narrowed Liverpool FC's lead to eight points after their 2-1 win over Everton on Sunday.

While Rodgers said that he's focused on his job at Leicester, he admitted that there's a release clause in his contract.

"I think his ethos suits Arsenal as well".

'At some times in the season I was more happy.

"The new manager would really be able to get his teeth into things".

However, now he is someone who people are taking very seriously and the work he is doing at Leicester speaks for itself.

With City due to welcome Watford to Filbert Way on Wednesday evening, Rodgers, who addressed the national media on Monday, confirmed there are no fresh injury concerns in his squad.

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With 13 goals and three assists, 32-year-old Vardy's renaissance under Rodgers after he stagnated under Claude Puel is the biggest contributing factor to their run, even leading to questions about a possible return to the England set-up. "I'm working with a young group of players with so much potential, they want to improve and want to develop". For a manager to say "yeah I have a buy out clause" a lot of managers have a buy out clause.

"[The speculation] doesn't annoy me. I am very happy so would have no need to look elsewhere".

"But I think it was a total different scale of feelings in the dressing room (to recent losses)". It was an ambition to come here to help the club arrive in the top six. "It seems now you'll be talking about a lot of managers losing their jobs all the time and looking to be replaced".

According to The Athletic, Arsenal have already reached out to Leicester to see whether Rodgers is available, but they were swiftly told to forget about hiring the boss.

"Names will get thrown right, left and centre".

Liverpool have lost just three of the last 39 Premier League meetings, all at Goodison Park, and are unbeaten in the last 17 meetings in total, not to mention they have not fallen to a home league defeat by anyone since Crystal Palace in April 2017.