Following the poor performances of Manchester United under Ole Gunnar solskjaer in the past games prior to the international break, there were several rumors and speculations that the Norwegian manager will be sacked.
Top managers like Brendan Rodgers of Leicester City, Zidane Zinedine, Erik Ten Hag of Ajax and Mauricio Pochettino were linked to the Manchester United job with Brendan Rodgers touted to be the favourite.
Speaking on Sky Sports news podcast today, Brendan Rodgers has broken his silence as he ruled out any move to Manchester United as he explained that his commitment is with Leicester City.
"Firstly, it’s really disrespectful for you to ask the question when you have a good manager and a good man who is working at the club. Secondly, I can’t comment on it because it’s something that's not real." Brendan Rodgers stated.
This is a big boost to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is set to defend his tenure as the Manchester United boss by ensuring that he get good results and the players perform well.
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