Leicester City eying top targets in key positions, Dortmund, Brighton & Liverpool players in discussion

Latest reports are that Leicester City are in a transition and getting into the bigger league regarding transfers. Despite reporting a heavy loss in the latest reported year, they are in a financial position that will give them special advantages in this summers transfer window.

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The fact that they have so many young players on their payroll and most of them are established in the first team makes it interesting and tempting to invest in a period that could be difficult for other clubs who are in a different position and with players aging and in a totally different situation with their best players just around or above their thirties.

To see Leicester linked with players from, Arsenal, Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund and also being mentioned regarding players at other top clubs, is a new scenario and really showing a change in the hierarchy in European football.

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The latest names to be added to the list of targets are all in our new hot, cool and cold list of targets, seeing some new and interesting names getting up the list. Look up all the latest and new updates on players currently linked with a move to Leicester City.

Though into a perspective if players coming in, some must leave as Brendan Rodgers is preparing his Leicester City squad for next season, balancing everything as perfect as possible. The reported interest from Liverpool in Caglar Soyuncu could again make it interesting to see if Leicester City will go back into the chase of Brighton’s Ben White.

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