Could Leicester City and Claude Puel convince this out of form superstar to start over in Premier League

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Claude Puel needs to find the best of the best to enhance his Leicester City side if he wants to step into the top six, not really seeing any chance of doing so without attracting the very best players in the World.

One that this season is struggling and could make a big move to English football and a club in the top six is Thomas Muller. The Bayern Munich legend is together with Arjen Robben and several other Bayern stars in the middle of a difficult season.

For Bayern to part company with Thomas Muller would be something that could be difficult, but for the player himself he could be an icon at Leicester City as Jurgen Klinsmann was at Tottenham. This would be the move that could really tell a story about a club who is eager to make the next big step, returning to the top.

Many Leicester City fans loves to see a young player coming in and moving up to his best level, but at this moment experience is probably what is needed to step back into the top six.

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To get “lucky” with all signings might be a difficult task, despite seeing a great number of good signings done by especially Nigel Pearson, almost hitting bulls eye in every attempt. After City won the league in 2015/16, things have been a bit different, but again players have been signed to strengthen the squad rather than strengthening the team.

The name Thomas Muller might be “too big” to see as a Leicester City recruit, but again players linked at the moment will not walk straight into the team, and then why use money on people in the terraces and on benches.

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