Chelsea crisis and surprise could come to rescue and be the perfect change for Leicester and the player in question

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Brendan Rodgers made a move in the transfer market last summer that we all thought was well worth when he signed Ryan Bertrand from Soouthampton. The experienced 32 year old left back looked as a good selection and everyone was pleased.

Bertrand has seen his season going a bit in the wrong direction with sickness, injuries and lack of form brining him down the pecking order and currently seen as a third choice left back option. Chelsea do have a problem with Ben Chilwell out long term and is said to be interested in bringing Bertrand back to the club.

This would free up space for Brendan Rodgers and see possible new recruits in other positions and also free up wages to pay elsewhere as said, money does not grow on trees.

We just have to wait and see and a solution to get certain players in would of course involve players going out as you need to keep your squad active and we would rather see players leaving instead of being left out of a squad of 25 and not getting games at all.

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We have seen players getting careers almost ruined getting in a situation were you get no games and are not playing at all as we have seen this term with Nampalys Mendy and earlier this happened to Adrien Silva, which is just terrible. Ryan Bertrand would probably be happy moving back to Chelsea with his current situation at Leicester a bit in the air.

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