Tielemans was associated with moving to Arsenal when entering into the last 18 months of the contract.
The record-breaking signing of the Foxes, who joined from Monaco in 2019 after an initial loan of around £ 35 million, did well under Rodgers and led the winner against Chelsea last May when Leicester won the FA Cup for the first time.
The club negotiates a contract with her Belgium The national team has been around for months, but no deal has yet been reached and Rodgers has hinted that Tielemans could leave.
He said: “He is at the age and at the stage of the contract when he has to make sure he considers all the options. I would love to be here in Leicester, that’s natural, but I understand that this is a very short career.
“For the players, it’s about ambition, challenge and sometimes a different environment. We have seen this many times.
“The teams have won the Champions League and the player will move on. That’s the nature of it. All I can worry about is that I will continue to improve him as a player to be focused and let everything else be taken care of.
“We have a close relationship, it’s really strong. When I first came, I made a commitment to him that we would improve him as an actor and believe in the environment.
“When an actor is dedicated, focused and professional, I never worry. You can see in Youri his joy of being here, he loves being here and you have to respect that the career of these guys is short. “
Rodgers has always been pragmatic about keeping Leicester stars, Harry Maguire joined Manchester United in 2019 for £ 80 million and will always have replacements available.
“You always have to, that’s key. I have already said this about the cast. You always have to look ahead, that’s important. Sometimes it happens unexpectedly, ”he said.
“In other cases, you know where the situation is. We will always look for the player who suits our work, it has always been so and so it will be with every player in any position.
“If we want to lose one, we have to be prepared for the next.”