Disaster described as Leicester linked Liverpool defender joins Bournemouth and Eriksen signs for Brentford

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We believe it will be no new players arriving at Leicester with former fox Matthew Upson describing this strange day as a disaster. Liverpool defender Nat Phillips never ended up at Leicester and made a loan move to Bournemouth.

Former Leicester defender Matthew Upson has come out and described the situation of a transfer window and a move that over time worked well for him, but on the day it was more like a disaster.

Upson said; “Any move like that, they are late notice,” he adds. “You get a phone call and just jump in your car. Everything is a bit up in the air. I got injured in the first game, I think the preparation I’d had for the game wasn’t good, it was a disaster, I felt awful. “You’ve just signed for a club who are in a bit of a sticky situation, they’ve paid good money and you are laying about on a treatment table.”. .

Early in the window it was talks about Christian Eriksen being lined up as a target for Leicester but after a day or two it was said he had been offered a contract at Brentford, also a club with strong Danish connections, and surely helped to have a former relation with both players and the manager.

Leicester looks to be happy with players coming back from AFCON and also more players being available after this January break. Jamie Vardy and Jonny Evans are both a bit away from a return but are also in good progress and hopefully being available sooner rather than later.

No new names on our list of hot, cool and cold candidates, still a minor possibility of one possible move happening, but it would be a massive surprise if this materialise.

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