Andy King to Rangers, more players could see the exit door at Leicester City

Andy King is ready to play the next season for Rangers in Scottish football. A good move for King who can with this move also kick start his international career with Wales, with him playing regular first team football week in and week out.

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A number of other players are all on the way out, but it’s difficult to predict who will go where, but the list is long and hopeless really as Brendan Rodgers is eager to slim his squad to a quantity able to handle.

The ideal scenario is to have 22 players available with covers in all areas, and then slot in younger players from the development squad to add those three that is needed to be numbered for the squad, which in a way again is a strange and idiotic system.

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Each club should be able to use whatever number of players they like and not be told that it is 22, 25 og 30 players, that must be up to the club to decide, but TCF believe all of this is not bringing the game forward.

There are several strategies to take into place when you prepare a squad for a season, bit the obvious is to have a minor group of players playing week in and week out, maybe to to three challengers but not a full rotation.

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Club Brugge is said to be looking at Daniel Amartey as a possible new signing, and the Ghana international could be in line for a move, after a transfer to Sheffield United never happened before the transfer window shot.

Brendan Rodgers opened up about Islam Slimani’s and his possible future, which looks impossible at Leicester City with a loan switch the most likely. A return to Sporting Lisbon could be possible, but also clubs in La Liga, Bundesliga and Turkey could be interested in the Algeria international.

Rachid Ghezzal, Fousseni Diabate, Bartosz Kapustka, Nampalys Mendy, Adrien Silva and Demarai Gray are other players that could be considered sold or given a chance to move out on loan. Not to forget Matty James, who looks totally out in the YMCA.

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