Honestly, Rodgers may be the least appealing choice of this list and that is preciously why he is the last on this list and while it seems highly unlikely that he will actually be considered for the Arsenal role, he is an interesting prospect to at least entertain as to why he could prove to be a good choice for the job.
What Rodgers will be best remembered for in his entire career up to this point is getting Liverpool within a hair of finally winning the Premiership in the 2013/2014 season. While many will point to Luis Suarez carrying the team that season and that is most certainly true to a point, what should be remembered is that Rodgers was the one who was getting the best performances out of Daniel Sturridge,a young Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson that season as well to help them get that far up the table.
The Liverpool team that season played some of the best football that the Premiership has ever seen and while the team did sufficiently fall off after the departure of Luis Suarez that summer, how much of the blame can be pointed to him is up for debate with the infamous Liverpool transfer committee failing to replace Suarez and after going for the likes of Alexis Sanchez, ending up with Mario Balotelli.
But Rodgers only had one bad season at Liverpool, his first two seasons were most certainly successful along with a successful spell at Swansea that saw them stay up in the Premiership in their first ever season in the top flight division along with him doing a terrific job in Scotland with Celtic. He wouldn’t be the worst choice for them as his style and his philosophy fits in with Arsenal.