Leicester city head coach Brendan Rodgers is all ready and geared for the upcoming Manchester city clash on Saturday.
He believes that due to their two-season ban, Pep Guardiola and his team players will make the best of out this situation and come out even better than before. With West Ham being beaten by Man City since they got banned, Rodgers is sure that the team will bring the same to Saturday’s game with Leicester City.
“It will galvanise them as a squad,” Rodgers said. “These types of situations where there’s questions around the club.
“The players will become stronger for it, they will show that spirit, I’m pretty much sure of that.
“They’ll want to show no matter what the issues are, they’re still very, very talented players.
“I’ve seen a lot of stuff around Adam and that we’ve approached Liverpool and what not, which obviously isn’t the case,” said Rodgers, whose side take on Manchester City at home on Saturday.
“But Adam is a wonderful player and not only that he’s got a great attitude.
“When I took him into Liverpool he was unfortunate early on with injuries, but he showed when he’s fit and available he’s a fantastic player.
“He’s at the stage of his contract where he will have options I’m sure.”
Maybe, Brendan. Maybe.