"I've been very fortunate in my career to work with some brilliant clubs and some great institutions".
"Why would I want to leave Leicester at this time?"
Arsenal have appointed club legend Freddie Ljungberg as their interim head coach but the north London side are on the hunt to find a new long-term permanent manager.
Richarlison, who has won 19 Brazil caps, attracted interest from various European clubs during the summer transfer window and Everton rebuffed offers for him in January.
Wrongly it must be said, he has been viewed as more of a jovial figure in the media as a result of his witty comments to the press and his generally cheerful personality - not a common trait among many Premier League managers.
"I think his ethos suits Arsenal as well". "I was asked a question on my contract, talking about clauses and stuff like that there", he said.
"It doesn't annoy me". He's got Leicester up to second in the league and I don't think anyone would have thought that at the start of the season.
The Toffees have come unstuck in five of their seven road trips thus far - having only managed to score six league goals away from Goodison Park to date - and that can be attributed to Everton being an unfancied 8/1 (UniBet) to triumph here, while a share of the spoils is also deemed unlikely at 4/1 (UniBet) with the same firm.
"I see it slightly different and a lot of people see it slightly different but that's absolutely no problem", Klopp added.
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Talk of a title challenge this season may be premature, with leaders Liverpool eight points clear of the Foxes, but Rodgers' miserly defence has laid the foundations for a top-four finish.
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A number of managers have been linked with the job, including Massimiliano Allegri, Mikel Arteta, Mauricio Pochettino, Eddie Howe, and Nuno Espirito Santo.