Ex-Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted he has a clause in his Leicester City deal that could see him leave the King Power for Arsenal.

The Gunners sacked Unai Emery last week and instantly the Northern Irishman became one of the favourites to take over.

Still in his job at Leicester, however, Rodgers' troops sit second in the Premier League table compared to Arsenal in eighth.

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Arsenal are in the hunt for a new permanent boss and Rodgers has opened the door to a potential switch - by revealing a clause in his deal which could see him move if a hefty financial package was offered.

Speaking to Sky Sports after his side's dramatic late 2-1 win over Everton yesterday, Rodgers said: "There probably is [a clause] in most managers' contracts.

"It's all hypothetical all these types of situations. For me in this moment, we got a brilliant win today.

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"My focus is very much with Leicester because I made a change eight, nine months ago and came here.

"I've been so happy since I've come here to work with the players and I feel like we still have a lot of work to do.

"Most managers contracts will have something in that but, for me, my only concentration is Leicester."