Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has revealed that he will not offer Liverpool any favour when his team meets Manchester City on Monday night.

The 46 years old almost secured the Reds their first crown since 1990 when he was their manager in 2013/14 session.

But was later dismissed as Liverpool manager in October 2015.

Manchester City are top of the table with one point above Liverpool and they will host Leicester City at Etihad Stadium on Monday night.

Speaking at a press conference, Rodgers was asked whether it would be extra special to effectively hand Liverpool the title, he replied:

Not really. I am employed by Leicester. My focus is on Leicester City.

There’s no comparison really. Liverpool back then was at a different stage. We had young players, loan players. We went from eighth to second in a couple of years, and nearly won the title, so it’s a different dynamic. We deserved to finish where we did, which was second. We just didn’t quite get over the line over the course of 38 games.

But we showed with young players that it is possible, and lot of those players, like Jordan Henderson, who is a fantastic player, he was a young player then, and those experiences he would have learned from.

It’s exciting to be involved and being able to effect it but my thoughts are solely with Leicester and doing what we can to get a result.

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