Leicester transfer deals imminent, Chelsea signing unlikely, departures announced and close to happen

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The move for Ademola Lookman looks settled as latest reports suggests that the player is eager to join and get his career back on track. Lookman had a positve loan season with Fulham and among those lifting the roof at Craven Cottage at times to give fans a hope for survival.

He has also shown his talent over a number of years with Everton and Charlton previously and will of course give Brendan Rodgers more depth and better selection options going into a great number of competitions this season including the Europa League games which of course is thrilling for Ademola Lookman.

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Dennis Praet will certainly be leaving with Torino close to complete the move firstly agreed as a loan but we cannot see why it will not become a permanent deal, with the Serie A being a place Praet previously have shown his skills and cleverness.

Hamza Choudhury is said to be close to a move to Newcastle, a link that has been there for a long time and ever since January. Steve Bruce is a keen admirer and on his best days Hamza is a good player with a Premier League spirit. There are still not any certainty in this rumour, and it’s been a bit on and off as the days have gone by, we just have to wait until the very end if this can be settled or not.

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To see Chelsea accept a bid from Leicester on Hudson-Odoi would be a mega surprise with Borussia Dortmund hopeful of landing the England international, with a deal close, but it is a difficult one as Thomas Tuchel is eager to keep his talented winger, so Hudson-Odoi could be staying at Stamford Bridge.

Young midfielder Sidnei Tavares who has yet to agree on a new deal at Leicester and at this moment is out of contract and has been chased by a number of clubs, with Parma of Serie B said to be the leaders of the pack.

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