Rodgers says he’s “not annoyed” by reports linking him with a switch to Emirates Stadium
The former Liverpool manager Rodgers has hinted that a release clause exists in his Leicester contract amid intensifying speculation over the Arsenal managerial job.
Rodgers is understood to have a £14 million release clause in his Leicester contract.
“There probably is (a clause) in most manager’s contracts. It’s all hypothetical – all these types of situations,” he told Sky Sports.
It was Iheanacho’s first league goal in 14 months and he famously scored the first goal awarded by VAR in England during the 2018 FA Cup win over 2018.
He said: “You can call me Mr VAR. I knew it was a goal. I was onside.”
Rodgers added: “This was Kelechi’s turn. I think you saw afterwards that everyone is so happy for him. He’s such a good boy. We have to give the officials and VAR congratulations today.”