Often seen in the rumour mill and as a source to most transfer talk out in the air at the moment. Fabrizio Romano is one used as a witness for most transfers and his talk is interesting, and it makes a lot of sense, but of course not giving away any concrete if he doesn’t have the evidence. Good reasonable talk about what is going on. Do follow him on Twitter.
Romano talked about Dennis Praet, said that Fiorentina and Atalanta are clubs that could be interested in signing the Belgian international, but of course wages and the transfer fee in itself will be the key question. Romano ment that Praet could be on his way out and obviously with the signing of Boubakary Soumare he might see himself further down the pecking order at Leicester.Embed from Getty Images
The James Maddison situation was also discussed as Romano didn’t really feel much about this move yet and that talks were not as advanced as some other sources would suggest. The fact that Leicester do have made one major sale every last recent summer could see a deal coming, but at this point nothing concrete and not any talk yet between the clubs.
Sassuolo wide man Dominico Berardi was also a topic, but again Romano had no belief in this happening and that it was just talk and with a new manager at the club, and interest for other players, a move would not really look as it would happen.
The name Ozan Kabak turned up as well, but again with the options Leicester have in their backline it would surprise Romano to see Kabak joining, but again didn’t turn it totally down. The Turkey international do seek a club were he can be part of a starting eleven, so to see Kabak at Leicester next season would surprise Romano. He did say that Kabak leaving Schalke will happen, with them being relegated and a player with this quality would have a lot of options.Embed from Getty Images
Romano made it clear and with the fact in hand that Leicester already have made three major moves in Bertrand, Daka and Soumare that in itself are a lot of business. He also praised Leicester and compared them to Atalanta in Italy as two clubs in Europe that have a fantastic recruitment policy and manage to get players in that can exhale and also knows that the next shelf is possible as well as being part of a good progress at the club in present.