During the summer of 2018, the Foxes defender emerged as a top target for those at Old Trafford.
Jose Mourinho was keen to bring in reinforcements at centre-half, but United failed to deliver on those demands and the Portuguese saw a difficult window contribute to his eventual demise.
He may no longer be at the Red Devils helm, but speculation suggesting that Maguire remains a target for those in Manchester continues to rumble on.
It may be that a formal approach is made at the end of the current campaign, but Rodgers insists he is not overly concerned by the rumours surrounding the future of key men at the King Power Stadium.
He said in the Leicester Mercury when quizzed on United’s links to Maguire: “They may well come in. But it doesn’t worry me.
“I think all you can worry is that you make the team the very best they can be.
“You always have to be prepared for that moment as a club. It happens. But at this moment in time, I’m thinking about the team, and making the best that we can.”
For now, Rodgers is enjoying working with Maguire.
The 26-year-old has already established a reputation as one of the finest centre-halves in the Premier League, with his ability to mix brute strength with composure on the ball considered to make him a perfect fit for the English top-flight.
Rodgers added on a man who slips seamlessly into his preferred system: “He can step in, but firstly, he can defend.
“He wins his headers, very powerful, he’s brave, he gets blocks in, but the type of game I have always promoted the need to have some comfort on the ball at the back, and he can step in, make passes, so he’s a big talent.”