Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted that he is not interested in the vacant managerial role at Tottenham Hotspur.
Rodgers is one of the many managers who have been linked with the job following the departure of Jose Mourinho last week.
According to a recent report from Eurosport, the Northern Irish gaffer has no interest in leaving the King Power’s dugout and will instead likely commit to an improved deal with the Foxes’.
It is believed that Rodgers wants to participate in the Champions League and with Leicester currently placed third on the log, they stand a better chance of playing in Europe than Spurs who have 29-year-old Ryan Mason in charge of the team until the end of the season.
Since arriving at Leicester City in 2019, Rodgers has guided his side to a highly impressive 53.3% win rate and is one of the highly coveted managers in the Premier League.
Apart from Rodgers, Julian Nagelsmann who is set to take over Bayern Munich next season was one of the names linked with the job, Ajax’ Erik ten Hag and Athletic Club’s Marcelino García Toral being the other names that have been proposed for the job.