• ‘I’m very, very happy here’ says Leicester manager
• Rodgers has taken Leicester to second in the Premier League

Brendan Rodgers has all but ruled himself out of the running to become Arsenal’s manager next by saying that he is very happy at Leicester and has no need to “look elsewhere”.

The Northern Irishman is among the managers being considered by Arsenal as they hunt for a replacement for Unai Emery but, asked on Monday whether that meant he would not be interested in an offer from Arsenal, he replied: “Yeah, the message is clear and it has been and probably I’ll get asked again until they appoint someone, but it’s very simple. I’m very happy here.

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