Leicester City to make move on Antonee Robinson,In a bid to strengthen their team ahead of the 20/21 campaign, Premier League club Leicester City have been reported to have shown interest in Wigan Athletic full-back Antonee Robinson, according to report coming from the Mirror.
The report claims that the English club have started to make their move for the defender. Leicester wants to bring the young defender to the King Power Stadium as a competitor/insurance for Ben Chilwell, who has been receiving offers several clubs.
But signing the American footballer might just not be easy as the Foxes think as they will be facing another competition from Serie A club AC Milan, who has also shown interest in the defender. The Italian club was reported to have been close to signing the full-back during the winter transfer window in January, the move ended up not going through due to some medical complications. Milan are back now that the Foxes have made their move, crazyvegas online casino placed impressive odds on the destination of the young defender.
The 22-year-old defender will be bought much cheaper than a suitor would expect due to Wigan Athletic making an official announcement of going into administration.
Should Leicester City win the bid for the American player, he will play the same role as James Justin, who arrived at the King Power Stadium last summer to give competition to Ricardo Pereira. Both players are speedy defenders.
Robinson signed for Wigan Athletic from Premier League club Everton last summer for a reported fee of £2 million. A move to Leicester will see him return to the English Top Flight.
In other news, Leicester City have now reignited their interest in Southampton centre back Jannik Vestergaard having failed to sign him in a £26 million deal during the winter transfer window after several odds had been placed on his destination ith www.bestusaonlinecasinos.com included.
A deal has not been negotiated for this summer, but Goal claims that the Saints will be happy to sell the centre back this summer.