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BRENDAN RODGERS has opened the door to Arsenal.

The Leicester City manager has admitted there is a clause in his contract which allows him to leave if a big offer comes in.

Freddie Ljungberg is in temporary charge of the Gunners, who drew 2-2 against Norwich in his first match.

Follow ALL of the latest Gunners news, updates and transfer gossip below…

  • He may have made his name with Spurs among others, but Gary Lineker still knows a thing or two about scoring.

    High praise indeed and, as ever, a cheeky dig at famous Arsenal fan Piers Morgan.

  • Whoever takes charge of the Gunners on a permanent basis will have some task on their hands, with the club in need of a number of signings to compete at the top again.

    There is certainly a core of quality players to pick from, but could the Gunners be in danger of losing any of their star men.

    Here's the contract situation for those players currently plying their trade at the Emirates.

  • It was a lively start to life in the Arsenal dug put for Freddie Ljunberg as he saw his Gunners draw 2-2 with Norwich on Sunday.

    In case you missed it, here's what keeper Bern Leno had to say on Ljunberg's reaction to the stalemate.

    He said: “Firstly, we're disappointed because Freddie said in the dressing room that in the first half this was the game plan we wanted, and the two goals by transition were not good.

    “But in the second half we lost we lost control.”

  • Cup connections

  • ARSENAL will host Leeds United in the FA Cup third round.

    The Gunners will hope the cup can provide a bright spark in what has so far been a dull and depressing campaign.

    Championship leaders Leeds will be no pushovers though and will certainly sniff a cupset at the Emirates.

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