Brendan Rodgers is not going to work at Leicester

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Celtic head coach Brendan Rodgers distanced himself from rumors linking him with the job at the King Power Stadium.

Less than 24 hours after Saturday’s humiliating home defeat 1:4 from Crystal Palace, the club from the King Power Stadium officially announced the breakup with Claude Puel, and Rodgers was immediately elevated to the status of a favorite for that vacant seat.

However, the former mentor of Liverpool and Swansea is not thinking of parting with Celtic, where he has won seven trophies after his appointment in 2016.

Brendan says that the job obliges his to be focused on the football aspect, so the mentor thinks only about Celtic.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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