Three Leicester U.23 players are all quality with much interest as Leicester looks at future decission

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Callum Wright and Josh Eppiah are both players with a potential and close to making their break at Leicester, but their careers looks to be settled elsewhere.

Eppiah spent the half part of this season with Northampton, played 16 league games and scored 2 goals. He was on the field in both League Two play-off games vs. Mansfield, but sadly losing both home and away and staying on at their current level.

News today suggest that Northampton should be working out a plan to sign Josh Eppiah and keep him on for another push for promotion as The Cobblers can get back to a higher level.

No one believe he will be staying at Leicester, but also a top flight chance abroad would be considered as Josh Eppiah makes considerations for his next move in football.


Callum Wright has for the two last seasons been on loan at Cheltenham and his presence has been good. Portsmouth is said to monitor the situation closely as Leicester also is said to look for a exit solution for the former England U.18 international. He has added up 50 league games during his time at Whaddon Road. A total of 13 goals scored and one player it would be worth to watch during pre-season before making a final decission on a sale.

George Hirst who has been out on loan at Portsmouth this season has done well while at Fratton Park, Brendan Rodgers would like to take a closer look over pre-season before he decides on a sale after the player that is chased by Portsmouth and a number of other clubs.

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