Leicester losing out in double transfer blow, while players leave, Arsenal and Celtic in the mix

We all know that Leicester were heavily linked with Celtic forward Odsonne Eduoard, but with the signing of Patson Daka it never really mattered much, but interesting to see where Eduoard will be moving as it looks as if that happens. Arsenal are said to be leading that chase and has also alongside Leicester been linked with the player in the past.

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Leicester were also earlier linked with England international Ben White who is likely to move to Arsenal for a fee in the region of £50million, which sounds totally crazy, but that would probably be the end to any interest of James Maddison.

Darnell Johnson is released by Leicester, and the third of home grown players to set their eyes on a life elsewhere. Josh Knight and Admiral Muskwe are other recruits that are gone and sadly not getting the graduate pin and become a first team regular.

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Johnson is said to be training with Doncaster under former Leicester player Richie Wellens, currently in charge of the Yorkshire club. Knight left for Peterborough and Muskwe will play for Luton from the upcoming season.

The rumour of Youri Tielemans looks to have frozen totally as Liverpool have decided not to cash out and a new contract offer hopefully will give the Belgian international a reason to sign and just give Leicester another push for a better league positioning which must be seen as fantastic.

James Maddison is still linked with a move away, but as Youri Tielemans it will take a monumental transfer fee to get him, with Arsenal and even Liverpool said to be in the chase, though we believe none of them will splash out £75million to get their hands on the midfield dynamo.

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