Impressive performance by new Leicester City face, £5million buy out clause to be triggered?

Ryan Bennett made his debut for Leicester City with great presence and play. Bennett entered the field for 2nd half v. Crystal Palace replacing Ben Chilwell.

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Talking to a number of Wolves fans when the move happened, they could not really understand why they let him go. Ryan Bennett is a very experienced defender with a past at Norwich City, Peterborough United and Grimsby Town.

A player that has done the ladder full time and we who have seen him in action for Wolves knows his qualities and again a good addition by Brendan Rodgers who probably rate Ryan in front of Wes Morgan at the moment, but still not certain that he will be with Leicester City for more than this loan stay.

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A buy out clause is in the deal, believed to be £5million, and that would look like a steel if Leicester City triggered a move. Ryan is a player that can slot in alongside Caglar Soyuncu or Jonny Evans, and he could of course also be part of a three men defence and play alongside the two preferred.

Ryan Bennett started out at Ipswich Town, but he was not a player they had top belief in at Portman Road letting him leave for Grimsby Town. He established himself in the first team as a teenager with The Mariners and by the age of 20 moving on to Peterborough United. He later joined Norwich City for a fee of £3.2million.

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Wolves moved for Bennett when he was released by Norwich City and made the move to Molinuex in 2017, signing a three year deal. His current contract with Wolves is still a year away to end, so if Leicester City want their new and exciting loan signing on a permanent deal they have to pay the asked amount, believed to be £5million.

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