Arsene Wenger’s announcement that he will leave Arsenal at the end of the season has Celtic fans worried about the prospect of Brendan Rodgers making a dramatic return to England’s top flight.
But we don’t think the Celtic Park faithful should be pressing the panic button just yet.
Wenger has decided to call time on his 22-years as Arsenal manager this summer, with the Gunners currently struggling domestically, having not lifted the Premier League title since 2004.
Arsenal’s downturn in form has coincided with Celtic’s unprecedented dominance over Scottish football, with the Hoops on the verge of completing a historic double treble.
However, while Charlie Nicholas has named Rodgers among the favourites to take over at the Emirates, we think the Celtic supporters shouldn’t be worrying just yet.
1. He Admitted YESTERDAY That He’s Happy
"We're thinking how could we improve for next year?"
Even if Celtic get the double-treble, Brendan Rodgers doesn't think it's 'job-done'.
— BBC Sport Scotland (@BBCSportScot) April 19, 2018
Rodgers has been linked with the Arsenal job since the turn of the year and despite a return to England appearing lucrative, the Celtic manager has maintained that he’s happy in Glasgow.
He reinforced those statements yesterday.
It’s hard to imagine Rodgers pushing for a move after comments like these.