The rumours are flying and some players have already settled at new clubs. We have taken a look around on all those current and previous foxes who are out looking for new clubs with many players still not contracted.Embed from Getty Images
Andy King and Danny Simpson both played at Huddersfield Town last season but has yet to find a new destination with both players being so called free agents and while they are seeking new life they are back at Leicester City training and working on their fitness.
Danny Drinkwater has opened up about his personal problems and is keen to get back to his best and believe that a possible move abroad could be the solution with Claudio Ranieri and Sampdoria said to be keen on his services.
Demarai Gray was left out of the Leicester City squad for the opener v. West Bromwich Albion, the fact that his contract is out next summer he could be moving on with both Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United said to be eager to sign the England U.21 international.
Islam Slimani, Rachid Ghezzal and Adrien Silva are all finished at Leicester City and will move out somewhere with the trio currently seeking new clubs via their agents and will go for a discount price, just to get the players off the wage bill. If that is not possible loans looks possible with Silva lined up as a target for both Sampdoria and CSKA Moscow, Slimani could be a surprise signing for PSG, as his profile might suit their system. Ghezzal is said to be keen on a return to Fiorentina, but nothing yet decided.Embed from Getty Images
Ron Robert Zieler is finished at Stuttgart and will now be playing for FC Köln as he seeks new opportunities after moving out from Hannover. At 39 it’s now over for former Leicester City defender Damien Delaney, after moving back to Ireland he played for Derry and Waterford before hanging up his boots after last season.
Lee Peltier is back in Premier League moving from Cardiff City to West Bromwich Albion earlier in the summer. Peltier (33) was not in the squad that played Leicester City in this season opener, and he looks as a clear fringe and back up player at The Hawthorns.
Matt Mills has announced his retirement from football last seen playing for Forest Green Rovers, with a wandering life in football that included a big money move to Leicester City, but despite being named captain not playing more than 25 league games during two seasons from 2011 to 2012.
Bartosz Kapustka is back in Poland and already made his debut for Legia Warsaw. Still only 23 years of age and hopefully getting back to his former best. Cedric Kipre is finally in the Premier League after a move from Wigan Athletic to West Bromwich Albion, but as Peltier not involved in the opener v. Leicester City.
Rumours about Riyad Mahrez joining Real Madrid is still in the mill, if he will move to Spain from Manchester City is yet to be seen, but despite having some sort of success under Pep, he might be thrilled for this type of opportunity and if the cash is splashed, he might be on his way.Embed from Getty Images
Shinji Okazaki made a move to Malaga in front of last season, but it all came short due to payment problems from the club and Shinji moved to Huesca who had a glorious season with helping the club to promotion to Primera. Alan Sheehan has made his debut at Lincoln City after joining them from Luton Town. A long time has gone since Sheehan played for Leicester City, moving to Leeds United in 2008. Now at the age of 34 he is still performing in the professional game.
Leicester City “one league game wonder” Kevin Ellison is still in action, few believed he would play after ending a nine year experience with Morecambe, but now the 41 year old striker has signed for Newport County. Joe Dodoo has left Bolton Wanderers and moved abroad to join Turkish club Ankara Keciorengucu. Dodoo (25) is another Leicester City “one league game wonder” making his only league appearance against Bournemouth away in the 2015/16 season, he also have first team appearances in the EFL cup while at Leicester City.Embed from Getty Images
Another former fox that has made a move to Turkey is Max Gradel who has left Toulouse for an adventure with Sivasspor and he is still delivering at the age of 32. Prevoisly also played for Saint Etienne, Leeds United and Bournemouth. Jonny Hayes has returned to Aberdeen after three years with Celtic and the 33 year old still have qualities to be able to play at SPL level.
Tom Hopper (26) has also joined Lincoln City after spending time with Scunthorpe United and Southend United for a number of seasons. Hopper has so far scored two in nine league appearances in League One.
This is just a quick round up on all our former foxes and a few that soon also can be seen as that as they are more or less overlooked at the club at this moment and seeks a move away.