Leicester City makes moves in the market, an ultimate update!

So far no news about any new players arriving, but the rumours are out there with a few intersting once to report about, but as we all know it will not be many changes, at least of players coming in, but still some interesting news about who’s going out.

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Andy King has made a move to Leicester City’s sister club OH Leuven and will be part of the Belgian set up for the rest of the season. They are now playing in the top tier and currently sixth, and hopefully they can benefit with the addition of Leicester City’s most capped player. King could if this move work out well, be a contender for a place in the Wales squad for the Euro’s.

Matty James surprisingly returned from his successful loan spell at Barnsley, and fantastic to see him in such great form, and it now looks as if he can move out again very soon with Coventry keen on him, we just have to wait and see were James will be heading.

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Nothing concrete about Hamza Choudhury and Demarai Gray, but both players looks certain to leave with Newcastle, West Bromwich and Southampton linked with Hamza and Gray in a mix of rumours also said to be shortlisted by Roma and Benfica, but also Everton and Newcastle keen on him.

Islam Slimani is also looking for a move away, and latest is that Marseille are closest in a race also to include Lyon and St. Etienne. One of Leicester’s most exciting youngsters Sidnei Tavares could be a target for a number of clubs if he decides to jump ship, Barcelona is mentioned as a possible new destination.

Latest is that Admiral Muskwe will join Wycombe Wanderers on loan until the end of the season. He has been a key player in the U.23 set up for a number of seasons and will hoping for more game time add more experience. Muskwe had a loan spell at Swindon last season.

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Brendan Rodgers has talked down any additions, but we believe that if there are gaps to fill, he will find a place for a new player in the squad, and if you like to check up on all those links, enter here

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