Arsenal are in the chase for Dennis Praet, who has expressed a desire for more game time as he see his chances lower and lower with a possible addition of Boubakari Soumare. This shows what type of club Leicester City are set to become, and fantastic to see that finally we are brushing of competition for players, with only Man City, Chelsea and Man Utd the only clubs to lure away our best players.Embed from Getty Images
Hamza Choudhury could also be seen on his way out the exit door with both Norwich and Newcastle believed to be eager to add the midfielder to their squads. Choudhury is a good tackler and a player adjustable and with fighting spirit, and of course searching for more game time as other players are surely in the front seat at Leicester City.
Rachid Ghezzal is desperate to move back to Besiktas, after being a great hero there last season as part of a league winning side, but the demand of money would probably stop such an attempt, but it’s believed that an offer could come in from Serie A, and that could also trigger Ghezzal, but we still believe he will be somewhere else than Leicester City next season.Embed from Getty Images
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall is wanted back at Luton Town, with a number of other clubs also monitoring the situation regarding the popular midfielder. Brendan Rodgers might be thinking about him also going forward as a first team alternative with a very interesting progress seen last season.
Nigel Pearson is starting his rebuild of Bristol City with a minor reunion of former foxes down at Ashton Gate, with Matty James and Danny Simpson already in place and Andy King on a trial at this time. Dave Rennie has also joined Nigel and long term physio alternative at Leicester City will now give his services at Bristol City.Embed from Getty Images
Real Madrid are out looking for new recruits with Wesley Fofana seen as a possible target, surely it would be a surprise if Fofana will be moving on after just one season and at such a young age, this looks as just thin air and not a concrete rumour, the same to be said about Youri Tielemans and his Liverpool flirt, and of course the interest from Barcelona and Man City for Caglar Soyuncu.
Danny Ward is seen as a possible target for Wolves as they are seeking a new goalkeeper, and the Wales international recently doing a great job in the Euro’s but with the tally of four in the back against Denmark, it’s been a bit silent lately, though Ward had nothing to do with the goals, not seen as blunders, but it would be a difficult chase for Wolves as the fee could be as high as £15million.
Current talk about James Maddison and his Arsenal adventure looks dead with a long term contract at Leicester City and no real foundation and transfer funds of that size available at The Emirates and to disposal for Arteta.