Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers says there will be more pressure on Manchester United in Sunday’s crunch clash at the King Power Stadium as they “need” rather than want to be in the Champions League.

Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers admits he’d like to buy in January.

Rodgers was speaking after victory at Newcastle United.

He said, “I think there will be more going out than coming in. Finances are tight, I’m sure with every club, and we’ll be no different. If we need to do anything, we’d love to but I think January will be quiet.

“We know we want to strengthen and where we want to strengthen, but that might be really difficult for us in January. One because of the type of player we need to improve us and of course, finances. But if I have the same squad that I’ve got, then I’m happy and we’ll wait until the summer to improve.”

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