- Brendan Rodgers has admitted it would be 'a dream' to replace Unai Emery at Arsenal
- However, Rodgers is facing a dilemma of ditching the high-flying Leicester City
- The Irishman has managed to lead the Foxes to third on the league standings after 13 matches
Leicester City boss, Brendan Rodgers. is unsure of taking over Arsenal job following a successful start to life at the King Power Stadium.
Rodgers has widely been touted as a potential replacement for Unai Emery who was recently sacked by the Gunners.
The former Liverpool and Celtic manager has established Leicester as a genuine title challengers after guiding the Foxes to third on the log after 13 matches.
Be that as it may, Rodgers is still understood to privately regard the Arsenal hot-seat as a dream job and would consider an offer.
When asked about the speculation linking him with Arsenal, the Irish tactician hinted it could be a huge personal dilemma leaving Leicester.
"My relationship with the people here (Leicester) and the players is very strong," he said.
"We think we are starting something exciting. Arsenal is a fantastic club. One of the greats in this country. If the people at Arsenal have moved Unai on, I’m sure they have an idea of who they want to bring in," he further submitted.
Meanwhile, Daily Star reports Arsenal may be forced to wait until the summer to land Rodgers, with Leicester set to demand £14million in compensation.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that former Tottenham boss, Mauricio Pochettino, has been tipped to take over the hot seat of Arsenal manager Unai Emery by Martin Keown and Harry Redknapp.
Pochettino's five-year bond with Tottenham was truncated on Tuesday, November 19, in an astonishing development that ushered in a new era spearheaded by Jose Mourinho.
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