Rodgers to Arsenal? Leicester boss hints at release clause

Jordan Pickford- Jordan Pickford says managers like Marco Silva shouldn't be under pressure after a few bad games

Jordan Pickford- Jordan Pickford says managers like Marco Silva shouldn't be under pressure after a few bad games

The Foxes boss has been linked with the vacant managerial position at the Emirates Stadium following Unai Emery's sacking last month, as the Gunners look to reverse their rough season.

Kelechi Iheanacho scored the victor, with the video assistant referee confirming he was onside, as Leicester moved back to second and left Everton still hovering above the relegation zone.

When asked about the Arsenal link and a potential clause in his contract, the Foxes' boss revealed: "There probably is in most managers' contracts". "It's all hypothetical - you guys in the media need to write things". We've got work to do but I'm excited. I feel so happy. I'm at a great club. It was an ambition to come to here to help the club arrive in the top six. The club has been first class with me.

"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".

"Everything has been great so far but we know there will be bumps along the way".

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LONDON, Dec 2 ― Leicester City underlined why they are considered credible title contenders with a sixth successive Premier League win today but post-match talk was dominated by whether or not manager Brendan Rodgers would stick around to lead the charge. "Six or seven times we've been 1-0 up, or 2-1 or 3-2 like last week", was United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's verdict.

Lys Mousset struck in only the second minute to open the scoring for the Blades and Chris Wilder's team had chances to extend their lead before being punished for failing to take them when Matt Doherty headed home an equalising goal for Wolves in the second half. Just before we scored we started to break through. "Then we'll have a good idea of where we'll finish".

"We should be better at seeing those games into wins".

Sidibé turned saviour at the other end with a brilliant saving tackle on Perez and Yerry Mina got his head in the way of a goal-bound volley from James Maddison as Leicester sought a quick response, one they appeared destined to find when referee Graham Scott pointed to the penalty spot for what he deemed to be a foul by Mason Holgate on Ben Chilwell. Substitute Kelechi Iheanacho then scored the victor, after the 90minute, which was initially ruled out for offside before replays showed that he had been played on by Yerry Mina.

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