William Carvalho, looks close to a Leicester City move, With the 19/20 Premier League campaign slowly drawing to a close, several English clubs have started making preparations for the upcoming one with some having confirmed deals of new players.
Leicester City, on the other hand, has been trying to get their hands on new players, and they might just be announcing a new player very soon.
The Foxes have been on the transfer market scouting for potential talented players they could bring in to their club, with real money casino placing odds on several players the club have been linked to.
According to report surging in the media, Leicester’s bid for William Carvalho has been tagged as important by Real Betis after showing massive interest in the Portuguese midfielder.
The English club has formally expressed their interest to sign the 28-year-old midfielder before he joined the Spanish club from Sporting Club back in the summer of 2018. The Foxes have reignited their interest in the player, who is currently on his second campaign with the club, with reports claiming that they already have an offer lined up for them for him.
The report further claims that the negotiations going on between the English and Spanish club have reached an advance stage, if we are to consider that, that will mean the Portuguese will be putting on a Blue shirt in the 20/21 campaign if any mishaps, that could overturn the negotiation, doesn’t happen.
Although the negotiation has been reported to have reached an advanced stage, both clubs have yet to reach an agreement regarding the player’s potential fee. Betis, who paid €16 million to Sporting in 2018 to secure the services of the Portuguese, will only be willing to see their star player part with the club for a decent price, which will be a bit/much higher than the price they paid for the Portuguese midfielder, and that has been predicted by several online casino on the web.
William Carvalho and Leicester City have reached an agreement on personal terms, according to a report from Marca, despite interest coming from rival club Wolverhampton Wanderers. All that is left now is for the Foxes and Betis to reach an agreement on price.