Ayoze Perez to Everton could be playing major part in massive push for West Bromwich or Real Madrid star

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Leicester looks close to two more exciting moves as reports are that Joe Willock could be part of a player plush cash deal for James Maddison to join Arsenal. There will probably not happen much if Ayoze Perez stays with Leicester and finds it difficult to join Everton, or the bid for the Spaniard is too low or in a region not to be accepted.

A number of flank midfielders are or have been linked with Leicester with the latest name being Marco Asensio from Real Madrid. Real Madrid on the other hand would like Richarlison to join and with that as a back curtain, we certainly can see that picture approach.

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Rafael Benitez as we all know worked with Ayoze Perez at Newcastle and signed him from his previous club Tenerife, where both Benitez and Perez were huge stars and almost seen as icons. But again the money Leicester do have to pay for Asensio could be handy from a James Maddison move to Arsenal, so we just have to wait and see.

If the push for Asensio becomes negative, Leicester could be able to land Matheus Pereira with the player now said to be pushing for a move out of The Hawthorns. The Brazilian had a good last season and a move to Leicester would be a huge step up for the player that will be competing with a range of other players as the forward and flank alternatives are many.

The Spaniard is currently representing his country in the Olympics, scoring the winner v. Japan to reach the final of the tournament, exciting times for Asensio who looks as he will leave Real Madrid with also Everton and Leeds chasing.

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