Daniel Iversen is still on a contract at Leicester running for at least two more years. His presence vs. Hull did show a goalkeeper of a certain standard. He has earlier been linked with a move to Middlesbrough but that looks dead with them adding other goalkeepers to the squad.
Sunderland is said to be interested as a fee of £5million is said to be the asking price. The problem for Leicester is to decide what type of goalkeeper they are looking for going forward.
A loan move could still be an option as we all know playing in Championship or go out on loan to Serie A, Bundesliga or even La Liga could be an actual solution. To see Iversen join another Premier League club and being guaranteed a safe journey as a first choice looks far from happening.
Brendan Rodgers called for Daniel Iversen and gave him a full 90 minutes vs. Hull. A good responce, clean sheet and another game in the belt is of course satisfactory for both player and manager. To keep Iversen in the squad as well having Ward and Schmeichel would see Jakub Stolarczyk a possible loan option for other clubs as his spell at Dunfirmline last season had positive effects.
This is of course a luxury problem with also Young and Odunze being in the group of great goalkeeper prospects and with expectations of a career at the club going forward.
Schmeichel is back from holliday and as he sat out the Hull game, we might be seeing him vs. Preston as the team will be shaped in form to the opener vs. Brentford.
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