Brendan Rodgers urged to stay at Celtic by captain Scott Brown
By Greg Grimes
Last Updated: 24/04/18 8:51am
Brendan Rodgers has been urged to stay at Celtic by captain Scott Brown amid links between the manager and Arsenal.
Rodgers is fancied by the bookies to replace Arsene Wenger at the Emirates after the Frenchman announced he would be ending his 22-year stay at the club in the summer.
Celtic's majority shareholder Dermot Desmond said he would not stand in Rodgers' way if he was approached by the Premier League club but Brown is hoping he stays.
He said: "The gaffer [Rodgers] has been unbelievable since he came in. The way he wants to play and the way we set up, everything is so professional now. It's been fantastic for myself and everyone in that dressing room.
"We hope he stays, he is loving his time here and he has that seventh title to pick up as well."
Celtic are going for the "double treble", a second successive year of winning the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup in Rodgers' second season in Glasgow.
After having already won the League Cup back in November, the next step is the league title.
Defeat against Hibernian means Celtic can now be crowned champions when they take on Rangers in the last Old Firm of the season on Sunday.
Brown added: "It is always special to win a title at Celtic Park, against Rangers as well to do it on that day it will be special for everyone. I am sure the fans will be loving it.
"I think it is 10 games we are undefeated against them but every game is different. We are looking forward to it. They are going to make it hard for us as they have done in the past but we believe when we turn up we can win and dominate the game."
You can see if Celtic can be crowned champions in the final Old Firm of the season live on Sunday from 11.30 on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
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