Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant managerial job at Arsenal.
Ex-Liverpool, Watford, Celtic and Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers is said to be one of the favourites to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal but that might not be the situation especially after his declaration about the managerial job at the Emirates Stadium.
In his latest interview on Monday ahead of the Premier League game at home to bottom club Watford, Brendan Rodgers was asked by reporters about the Arsenal links and his answer was as clear as daylight.
According to him, his future lies at Leicester City as he ruled himself out of the running for the managerial job at the Emirates Stadium.
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North London giants Arsenal are on the search for a new coach after Unai Emery lost his job on the account of poor performance.
Unai Emery led the North Londoners to a run of seven games without any victory in all competitions and that was his greatest undoing as the Gunners were unable to win football matches.
The Spanish tactician was given a payoff of £4m since his contract at Arsenal was scheduled to expire in the summer.
Unai Emery spent 18 months only in North London.