Levi Colvill not the only Chelsea player to attract interest as transfer talk and other comments gets noticed

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Leicester fans will soon find out what the next move in the transfer market will be as Brendan Rodgers decides on future for many of his current players.

Levi Colvill is a young up and coming defender who had to see his loan spell at Huddersfield end in a nightmare, being last on the ball that decided the win for Nottingham Forest.

Another player that earlier and in January was linked with Leicester is France U.21 international, Malang Sarr (23). His game time under Thomas Tuchel is almost none, and to save his future he might have to look elsewhere. Sarr joined Chelsea in 2020 from Metz and so far been involved in just 8 league games.

He has a contract running until 2025 and has been out on loan in two spells at FC Porto. Interesting player and with what we experienced from Levi Colivll in the play-off final vs. Nottingham Forest, he looked as he had a bit left to be a steady defender in Premier League.

Danny Drinkwater has also left Stamford Bridge after a number of years with difficulties. Despite his time at Chelsea not turning out as well as he would have liked, he has been at a club with strong competition for places and during his time seen several trophies coming in.

Drinkwater is a winner of the FA Cup, playing four of the games in that 2017/18 title season. He has also been out on loan at Burnley, Aston Villa, Kasimpasa and Reading. This season he played 32 league games for The Royals as they managed to stay clear of relegation from League Championship.

Drinkwater has passed his best years in football probably, but his vision and eye for a clever pass could see him as a valuable asset for a club who might need an experienced man in the middle of the park.

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