On the last day of the Premier League, Leicester City and the Red Devils will play a place in the next Champions League and the Northern Irish coach gave his opinion.
The end date of the Premier League will have a red hot closure with Manchester United and Leicester Citywho will fight for a place in the next Champions League and for that they will have to face each other. For this duel in the King Power Stadium, Brendan Rodgers It is clear where the pressure will be.
Regarding this, the North Irish technical director commented: “There is a difference with wanting to be in the Champions League for us, but when you are a club like Manchester United, it is necessary to be in that competition.”
Also, taking the pressure off himself and happy about the campaign, the Foxes coach added: “We want to be in that tournament, but if we fall short, it is still a very good season.”
Lastly, Rodgers closed: “We are playing against one of the best teams in the world with the opportunity to beat them and enter the Champions League. We have one last shot, and that tells you how well the players did.”
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