Three-time Premier League winners Arsenal have received a major boost in their hunt for one of their top managerial targets as they bid to replace the sacked Unai Emery in the dugout.
Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is a top contender for the vacant managerial job at Arsenal after the stellar start to his managerial era at the King Power Stadium.
The former Liverpool, Celtic and Swansea City manager has led Leicester City to second place on the league table after a run of six wins in a row.
Brendan Rodgers has hinted that he could leave Leicester City as he continued to be linked to the permanent managerial job at Arsenal.
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In his recent interview as monitored by the Daily Mirror, the ex-Watford manager hinted that there’s an exit clause in his Leicester City contract.
Arsenal are without a permanent manager after Unai Emery was dismissed from the position last week for poor performance.
The North Londoners have made club legend Freddie Ljungberg their manager on a temporary basis and he was in charge of the team as they could only play 2-2 against newly promoted team Norwich City in his first game as an Arsenal manager.
Arsenal have not won any of their last eight matches in all competitions.