Leicester and Everton to go head to head as interesting transfer link appear regarding Burnley pair

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Maxwell Cornet had a good first season in Premier League, playing 26 league games scoring 9 goals and making 1 assist. Great stats as the former Lyon and Metz player could be a solution for Leicester and one positive addition to make.

Everton are desperate to make moves in the market and could also be keen to trigger a transfer clause of only £17.5 million. No surprise that Cornet might fancy Leicester over Everton.

Brendan Rodgers is seen as one of the best coaches in English football and would probably give the 25 year old a lift in his performances by joining him at Leicester and not Frank Lampard at Everton.

David Moyes is also among the managers to be keen on Cornet, but again West Ham might be in need of other players before they try to find a player likely to compete with Jarrod Bowen.

He added up 26 league games and sadly missing a number of games mid-season which probably was a key reason for Burnley to get relegated. The Ivory Coast international would be an interesting addition.

James Tarkowski will surely also leave Burnley after being seen as a free agent this summer, leaving Burnley on a free with a lot of possible places to go and one is seen as Leicester.

Everton also seen as a possible choice. Leicester could see both Jannik Vestergaard and Caglar Soyuncu leaving and James Tarkowski would be a great man to get in and push Fofana and Evans for a place in the team and also give Brendan Rodgers an ideal chance to rotate a bit with Daniel Amartey also showing good form.

Interesting days coming up as our hot, cool and cold list of rumours are growing.


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