Cengiz Under and Leicester never became the perfect fit as the loan man from Roma last season struggled with injuries and lack of opportunities as well as competing for places with players we do know have a quality level. He has this season been on loan at Marseille and helped his French club to a 2nd place in the league. 30 apperances and 10 goals shows quality.
Adrien Silva moved from Sampdoria to Al Whada. Silva (33) played 13 games and scored 3 goals since arriving in January. His team ended 3rd in top league as former Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal is in charge.
Andrei Kramaric has since joining Hoffenheim from Leicester in 2016 scored 83 goals in 177 Bundesliga games, but his tally of goals this season was on a lower scale as he just did see 6 goals scored previously been on double figures.
Calvin Bassey, who we all know left Leicester without being noticed, had a good season with Rangers, reaching the Europa League final and also ending 2nd in SPL. Bassey played a total of 29 league games and also made his debut for Nigeria and to date added 5 caps to his tally.
Aleksandar Dragovic (31) moved from Bayer Leverkusen to Red Star Belgrade last summer and with 34 league appearances and 4 goals enjoyed a first season in Serbian football crowned league winner. Dragovic never managed to win trust from Craig Shakespeare as he was given few opportunities during his loan spell at Leicester in 2017/18, only appearing 11 times in Premier League. Dragovic also reached the landmark of 100 caps recently. This was in March when Austria drew 2-2 vs. Scotland at home.
Matty James, Andy King and Danny Simpson all had their season start at Ashton Gate with Bristol City. A bit of a struggling season did see Simpson leaving after just a handfull of games. Andy King also had a struggle being involved only 14 times in Championship games. Matty James who at this level has shown he has great presence previously with Coventry and Barnsley as well as helping Leicester to promotion in 2014/15, made a total of 32 appearances, scoring 3 goals.
Luton showed this season that they will have a role to play next season when it comes to a promotion push and Admiral Muskwe might be looking for more options as his games were limited finishing on 17 and not scoring in the league. He scored 2 in 3 cup games but still not being in favour much.
Rachid Ghezzal added 35 more games to his name for Besiktas as his total tally reached 66. 8 goals last season and 4 more in this Turkish top flight campaign resulted in a 6th placed finish. Darragh O’Connor joined Motherwell last summer and has spent the last part of the season on loan at Queens of the South, adding up 15 league appearances and scoring 1 goal. He has recently left Fir Park and joined Greenock Morton.
Mitch Clark has seen a good first campaign at Accrington Stanley helping his team in 25 league appearances, scoring once as a 12th place in League One was secured. Kamal Sowah joined Brugge last summer and has since moved on loan to Dutch Eresdivisie club AZ Alkmaar. Sowah added up 8 league appearances for AZ and 9 for Brugge, and also gained experience with games in Europe being involved in both Champions League and Conference League action.
Joe Dodoo had to face relegation from League One with his Doncaster Rovers after joining in front of this season leaving Wigan Athletic. Dodoo added up 33 league games and scored 4 goals. The former England U.18 international has since leaving Leicester also been at Rangers and Bolton.
Max Gradel is in best years of football as he reach 35 in November. He is still greatly involved at international level for Ivory Coast as he has reached 98 caps, and could soon be on 100 caps after being part of their team in their latest outing vs. Lesotho. He added up 31 league games for Sivasspor this season and still looking fresh and ready for a new season challenge.
Islam Slimani is back at Sporting Lisbon after moving from Lyon on January. His 4 goals in 9 league appearances helped his team to a 2nd place finish. Rotherham won promotion with Victor Johansson and Joe Mattock as two key players inside their camp. Mattock reached 207 league appearances for The Millers during last season and also coming off the subs bench in their last game of the season it looked a bit strange that 31 year old will be free to join a new club next season as he was not offered a new contract and not included on the clubs retained list.
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