Leicester City could see players come and go in January, Tottenham star and former Celtic player linked

James Maddison is not the one believed to be leaving in January with Manchester United now seeking other players with more experience, eyeing the likes of Ivan Rakitic and Mario Mandzukic as possible targets.

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The player Brendan Rodgers could off load to make more shrewd business in the market is Ben Chilwell, being chased by Chelsea. A fee of £50million would surely trigger Leicester City as they have Christian Fuchs as a brilliant replacement short term, and eyeing younger alternatives in the future.

Looking at the work done by Brendan Rodgers in previous clubs he did a number of shrewd moves to always keep Celtic competitive, and could consider his previous pupil at Celtic, with a bid to secure Moussa Dembele’s services. A fee of around £40million could trigger the French side to consider a move.

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The fact that Leicester City also could be eager to off load Kelechi Iheanacho and maybe Demarai Gray, would also set fire to a rumor about a possible Dembele move to Leicester City.

Leicester representatives are seen in France watching teams such as Marseille and Bordeaux with a number of players being linked earlier.

To see the name of Eric Dier linked to Leicester is of course good. The England international can operate both in midfield and as a central defender, so to see that type of flexibility would be great if you are to add a new face.

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We will in November set up our hot, cool, cold page and to allready see names such as Eric Dier and Moussa Dembele among targets is just phenomenal. But again to be able to attract those “big names” you need to sell players and Ben Chilwell could be the one leaving if new faces of this caliber will arrive.


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