While Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has decided not to give his team a break before they take on Real Madrid in the Champions League, Solskjaer will allow his squad time off from training at Carrington next week following Sunday's final league game at Leicester. Rodgers believes United will go into the showdown at the King Power Stadium with more pressure.
"We're looking forward to the game, given ourselves a good chance of Champions League next year but we can't go into it thinking about the outcome, we've just got to perform at a high enough level and get the result".
"That is pretty clear".
"Outfielders don't have to have the same mentality and they say we're insane, which we are because we're the only ones who dare to take the responsibility because if outfielders took that kind of responsibility, we'd have some unbelievable players everywhere". We have one more game in this season and that's just this season.
"You hear comments like, "going with the wrong hand", or other throw away things that they'll say which will make the consumer or viewer think, "oh yeah, that's right, I see he's done it again".
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"When you are at that level of spend and everything else there is a need to be in there and that brings a different level of expectation".
"I'm delighted with how the development looks".
"There are resources when you get to the Champions League which are far greater but for us it has to be sustainable. And it shows how good the players have been that we're still fighting for the ultimate prize".
Against United, the Foxes will be without three key players, with left-back Ben Chilwell and midfielder James Maddison injured and defender Caglar Soyuncu suspended.
Jamie Vardy is gunning for the top flight's golden boot with 23 goals and is two ahead of Southampton's Danny Ings with Rodgers backing him to shine against United. "These are the occasions where he comes to the fore", he added.
"There's a lot of pressure also in the sense that you now have an England goalkeeper (Henderson) coming through and, like it or not, in this country when you have an English goalkeeper, that means so much and they do tend to build them up". I'm not sure it would be a failure.