Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he has a compensation clause in his contract at a time when he is being linked with a move to Arsenal.
Rodgers has had a good run at Leicester since taking over the team in February this year and despite revealing that he was happy at his current station, he did admit that he had a clause in his contract-believed to be around £14m-just as many other managers.
Speaking to Sky Sports about the clause after their Sunday win over Everton Rodgers said: “There probably is (one) in most managers' contracts. It's all hypothetical, all these types of situations.”
Asked whether he was at Leicester to stay, Rodgers told the BBC: “Yeah, very much so. I left a club eight and a half months ago and that was a change I made to come to a club with ambition.
Top Six Challenge
“And it is a huge challenge here to break into the top six. I've loved every minute since I've come here. We've got work to do but I'm excited.
“My focus is very much here with Leicester. The club has been first class with me. The project feels very exciting with a lot of development ahead. So my concentration is very much with Leicester. I'll see where we are at with 10 games to go. Then we'll have a good idea of where we'll finish.”
Rodgers has led his team to 32 points from their opening 14 matches and is being billed to challenge Liverpool for the league title.
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