Leicester City linked with League One star, and should Rodgers look to Portsmouth for a new recruite

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Two player to notice, one is Jamal Lowe (Portsmouth) not yet linked with a move to Leicester City, the other one is James Justin (Luton Town) who is linked with a move.

Luton Town defender James Justin is a player who have been recognized this season. The England C international has been a key man in the rise of The Hatters and done ever so well to again have been part of a great promotion.

The 21 year old defender is seen as one of the most interesting players a bit down the ladder and has always been with Luton Town, even since their Non-League days. Would be interesting to see if Brendan Rodgers will be getting his signature.

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Another player to impress in the League One circus is Jamal Lowe. The 24 year old winger / forward has been in great form at Portsmouth. He was signed from non-league team Hampton & Richmond Borough back in 2017 and has not looked back since joining.

His tally of league goals at the non-league club was one impressive, 29 in 48 appearances, and he has continued to score at Pompey. 25 in 103 goals for a winger is not bad. Lowe has recently been linked with Leeds and Wigan and if Leicester will be joining the chase, who knows, but the computer science at LCFC should probably have a look.

A lot of names are in the hat and we are just hoping that the once fitting in the best way possible can be the once getting a chance. To have a look at the top transfer targets already linked with a move to Leicester City, enter here

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