How Leicester City fans reacted to the rumour of this Arsenal player to join

Matteo Guendouzi is the latest player to be linked with a move to Leicester City, and it came out of nowhere. Twitter are a source for rumours and transfer gossip, but could we take this talk serious.

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The only reason for Matteo Guendouzi to leave Arsenal had to be a fall out with their new manager Mikel Arteta and as we know that is not the case. Guendouzi is still very young and talking to a number of Arsenal fans they are saying that this is a good player with a future at The Gunners.

As seen in the comments on Foxes Talk, a popular Leicester City fans forum, it’s a bit of mixed feelings about him and TCF would say in a polite way that “we need to see a bit more from the young Arsenal midfielder, before money is splashed”.

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Leicester City were earlier linked with another Arsenal midfielder, Mohamed Eleney, but it never happened and instead the Egyptian international joined Besiktas on loan.

Over the years it’s been a few moves between the clubs and we all remember names such as Frank McLintock, Alan Smith and Jon Sammels, who all made the switch between the clubs. The 70/71 heroes Eddie Kelly and George Armstrong also played for both clubs.

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The last players to be switched between the clubs is Igansi Miquel who joined Leicester City on loan and became a fringe player during that 2013/14 season where a promotion was reached, Miquel played seven league games and today is on the books of Spanish club Getafe and lately been loaned to Girona.

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