Two consecutive seasons brought Leicester City to the Europa League competition, making the coaching quality of Brendan Rodgers start to be taken into account. In fact, he was rumored to have the potential to join Manchester United.
As is known, when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked from the Red Devils coaching chair, Rodgers entered into a strong candidate to replace the Norwegian passport coach, as he entered the second half of the 2021/22 season.
Rumors about a move that continued to be discussed, Rodgers finally spoke up and confirmed that the news of the problems in his conversation with Man United, was not true at all.
“Gossip will always be there, it will be until they (Man United) appoint a permanent coach,” said Rodgers quoted by Goal.
“I, remain committed to Leicester City. The culture here is about the development of the players, and that’s where I see it,” he concluded.
If Rodgers stays with the Foxes, then his main task at this time is to improve the performance of his children, considering that he is currently in a state of inconsistency after only feeling one win from the last five matches.