Football insider confirms Leicester appointment with free agents lined up as possible summer options

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According to Football Insider there are a lot to consider on the transfer arena this summer as Leicester could try to find fantastic players among a group of free agents.

There will not be a mass excudo from Leicester but a move for Youri Tielemans and Caglar Soyuncu looks all clear as the two internationals might bring in the cash needed to just keep it floating.

The introduction of Martyn Glover is a signal of modest transfer activity as sales might be more important than splashing out cash on players that will end up on the fringe.

Southampton is a club that has done some massive sales over the years and managed to balance it out with clever moves in the lower tiers and abroad.

Youri Tielemans is on his way out, why he will like to leave to another club, might be difficult to understand as he has not shown the form that will give him a free start at Real Madrid, Arsenal or any other place that is considered and option for him.

According to talks on going and the recent development in team selections, Caglar Soyuncu could be on the list of players that will be considered sold in the summer with a number of interesting parties ready to pay a fee close to Ā£40million for his services.

In our updated list of players linked, you have a number of interesting options, but still we do have hope that major stars of the game will consider Leicester as their next club.

Christian Eriksen and Diego Costa are just two of those free agents as new moves are on show.

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