There’s plenty of speculation surrounding Arsenal heading into the summer transfer window, with increasing suggestions that Arsene Wenger’s long-term association with the north London giants will come to a close.
The French manager is under significant pressure to win the Europa League this season, with a top-four finish in the Premier League looking beyond the Gunners’ reach, to seal a return to the Champions League next year.
Failure, or even success, could spell the end of Wenger’s time with Arsenal and one man linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium is Celtic’s record-breaking boss Brendan Rodgers, who has led the Scottish side to vast success in recent years.
Speaking to Sky Sports, former Ivorian defender Toure said:
“He’s been in the Premier League and he nearly won the Premier League. Coming [to Celtic], this is a club of his heart, and he wants to do as well as possible here. I don’t know what his thought is for the future, but right now I think he wants to do the best here, for sure.”
Rodgers only signed a contract extension with the Scottish champions last summer, extending his deal until 2021.