Recruitment dilemma as players linked would not be ideal signings and ending up on the fringe or in a wrong position

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Everyday we see new names linked with Leicester and you get excited as the names pops up. But what are the purpose of adding them up and use fantasy money on them without really having studied their skills and how they will be used in the best way possible.

Players that are signed for heavy fees and cannot find their position or play a regular role will often fall between two chairs and become neither bird or fish.

Kelechi Iheanacho is an example of a player that is in this situation and also looking at two big money signing last summer, Bouba Soumare and Patson Daka we do have almost a tragic outfall.

The major problem under Brendan Rodgers is to understand what type of style he is adapting and what type of players he approach to be that team. You get somehting of a hybrid in both system and play but in the end you do not really see a clear pattern.

Looking at one recent rumour about Houssem Aouar from Lyon you start to wonder why he is linked as he is far from the player to link up with Jamie Vardy, his qualities are a bit different from what the team needs at this moment and of course no Youri Tielemans replacement.

The moves done in the market is so crucial as we cannot afford to make big mistakes or sign players that will be getting difficulties in adapting, with Houssem Aouar one player we believe would struggle in English football and with Leicester as his game would give Leicester a midfielder closer to James Maddison than Youri Tielemans.

Looking at the past we do have players who have flourished in other places such as Rachid Ghezzal, Andrej Kramaric and Islam Slimani, but at Leicester they never fitted the structure and had no chance to contribute in the way they have done at other clubs.

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