Jurgen Klopp says Leicester can qualify for Champions League under Brendan Rodgers

Jurgen Klopp considers Leicester possess the potential to finish in top four under Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
Should they beat league leaders Liverpool at Anfield on 28, leicester are in the Premier League after a solid start and will overtake Manchester City.
The Foxes were the previous group out theBest Six when they won the Premier League title in the 2015-16 season to be eligible for the Champions League, and Klopp insists they have a squad.
It appears like this, 100 per cent, he said. There is not any gap to other leading six groups apart from maybe the name.
You can see it is built from the back. The goalie is still there, theres absolutely little doubt regarding him.
The defence looks really sturdy in each position, midfield inventive and hardworking, offensively very inventive and quite straight forward also. That is how you build a group .
Rodgers loved three-and-a-bit seasons together with Klopp arriving at Anfield as his replacement until he was sacked in October 2015, in Liverpool.
The German expects Rodgers to receive a warm welcome if he returns into the club that weekend.
I hope from the fans itll be fine, said Klopp, who currently rents a house possessed by Rodgers from his period on Merseyside.
From my side its fine. The problems are sorted that we had a couple of years back from when we began living in the home!
We love living there and its all great, weve paid our rent for him so Im not sure he has to work however he is doing it!
He is doing very well, Im surprised about that. When I arrived here that he was not the reason that things didnt work out, I knew.
Ever since he then did an extraordinary job at Celtic and at Leicester. A great deal of the players were there before him but hes made some good signings.
A team that is brilliant. What they do is great, I dont need to say I think everybody knows in the present time.
When you see Leicester matches it is exciting, fresh and [they] shield well, play soccer and counter-attacks are threatening.
The reception I believe will be helpful from our supporters. But still, it is not a friendly match. We are there to carry out as well and hopefully we can do that.
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