Massive player clear out at Leicester, Liverpool and Man Utd could be approached as Brendan Rodgers predicts moves in

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Mitch Clark was the last of a long list of players that are departed this summer. Clark signed a deal with Accrington Stanley and will continue his career in League One. The club that has a grand history are currently fourth in League One and could be a good match for the former fox.

A total of 13 players have done a move out, 9 permanent moves and 4 left on loan. George Hirst, Callum Wright, Khanya Leshabela and Tyrese Shade are those out on loan, among those who have departed in full are Josh Knight, Darnell Johnson, Darragh O’Connor, Christian Fuchs and of course Wes Morgan.

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Jesse Lingard will most certainly find a new club before the transfer window close, but with the recent picture not seeing James Maddison at the exit door, it looks unlikely to see a move for Lingard happening.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jordan Henderson are two players that earlier in the summer were linked with a move to Leicester, Chamberlain could be among the players looked at for a possible loan move or even a full move if more players are possible to ship out.

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Former Liverpool loan defender Ozan Kabak was heavily linked with Leicester earlier in the window, but with the signing of Jannik Vestergaard and a grand group of alternatives in this position, it would be a surprise if Kabak joined. Still no news of a new permanent move for the Turkey international seeing linked with at this moment with other clubs such as Galatasaray, Newcastle and Sevilla.

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Brendan Rodgers has expressed a desire of doing more business, but as we all know he is a clever man and will not just buy just to get a body in, he will cleverly monitor the market and get his preferred targets instead of just signing someone available without having a clear idea of the use of the player.

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