Manchester United flank man Daniel James is said to be the next player to be unveiled in a Leicester City shirt, we just have to wait and see. The 23 year old Wales international has been a bit in and out of the first team at Man Utd and seen as a fringe man.Embed from Getty Images
His pace and goalscoring abilities has been seen, but not yet blossomed as much as you would probably have liked. But again a player at an age and to a price that makes him look interesting and he might be a patient man and accepting a role at Leicester that will give him time to settle in.Embed from Getty Images
Mikkel Damsgaard is a player that has earlier been seen as a potential player for Leicester and with his Danish team mate Kasper Schmeichel believing the Sampdoria are willing to listen to an offer, though we believe it will be difficult to make a move possible.
Still no more news about a possible Philippe Coutinho reunion for Brendan Rodgers, said to be more or less dead by different pundits and reports suggesting this move will not happen, but at least we will keep it floating a bit longer as a loan could be an option, though many are sceptic about the current form of the Brazilian and the risk of bringing such a huge personality to the club.Embed from Getty Images
West Bromwich based Matheus Pereira is also a name that looks interesting, with the Brazilian eager to leave and be part of a top flight project. Pereira has earlier been linked as we just have to wait for the next arrival.
We do still believe that a flank midfielder and a central defender is on the radar of Brendan Rodgers as Ozan Kabak is a player seen in the mix and with that connection to Caglar Soyuncu it could happen, a certain departure from Schalke that is certain.
Recent reports also suggests that Leicester are also heating up their chase for PSV and England U.21 international Noni Madueke but it could be a difficult move to get over the line with also AC Milan said to be interested. Still only 19 year old and of course the fact that he is English also gives this move creditability.