sport news Brendan Rodgers says Jamie Vardy is an elite player who could have played for ...

sport news Brendan Rodgers says Jamie Vardy is an elite player who could have played for ...
sport news Brendan Rodgers says Jamie Vardy is an elite player who could have played for ...
Brendan Rodgers claims Jamie Vardy is an elite player who could have played for all the top clubs in England as Leicester striker aims to equal Wayne Rooney's record for Premier League goals against Arsenal Jamie Vardy has scored 11 times against Arsenal in his Premier League career 34-year-old has already netted seven Premier League goals this season Vary turned down move to Arsenal after Leicester won the league in 2015-16  Brendan Rodgers dismisses rumours linking him with move away from the club

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Jamie Vardy is aiming to become Arsenal's all-time nemesis on Saturday with Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers insisting the striker could have played for all the top clubs in England.

If Vardy scores, he will draw level with Wayne Rooney on 12 in the Premier League against the Gunners, who he turned down the chance to join in summer 2016, after Leicester had won the title.

The 34-year-old has recovered from a knee complaint in time for the game and has started the campaign in blistering fashion, with seven goals.

Jamie Vardy has already scored seven goals in this Premier League campaign

Jamie Vardy has already scored seven goals in this Premier League campaign 

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