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Leicester City face £10m conundrum over Brendan Rodgers

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Leicester City reportedly could have to pay more than £10million to relieve manager Brendan Rodgers of his duties.

City sit rock bottom in the Premier League with just one point to their name and six consecutive defeats. City’s current form has left question marks over Rodgers’ future at the club, with the man himself admitting his position is under increased pressure.

The Northern Irishman has three years left on his reported £200,000-a-week contract which is set to expire in 2025. Rodgers began his tenure at the King Power Stadium in 2019, taking over from Claude Puel. The 49-year-old, who has a close relationship with the owners, has taken full responsibility for City’s current form. Following the defeat at Tottenham Hotspur, he outlined the respect he will have for the hierarchy of the club if he is dismissed. “I come in every day and do my work and can see the players playing with confidence, however, you have to win games,” he said. “I understand the frustration of supporters. I can’t hide from that. That’s my responsibility.

“Whatever happens, I’ll have a huge amount of respect for them because they’ve given me huge support since I’ve been here. I understand the game and understand football.

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