Inside the camp of Leicester it all looks like harmony on and off the pitch as both local media and tabloids of the country, internet trolls and several fans looks to be negative as no new faces have arrived yet.
They all looks more focused on transfers than the fact that football is so much more. We will most certainly see a player or two leave, but still believe a good and competitive unit will be around.
Before we have the facts we cannot really report on anything else than what has been delivered on the pitch and so far, nothing to complain about, it looks good.
Sevilla is the last and final game of pre-season and again interesting to see what this game will give as answers can be many.
Looking at previous games between the two we do have two and both being played in Champions League as Leicester reached the quarter finals of the 2016/17 campaign. The first game was the last with Claudio Ranieri in charge and with Craig Shakespeare at the weel it all became a great two game experience.
Pre-season has been a fun experience but still headlines are on transfers and nothing else, as the club has not yet brought in someone or sold players or even loaned out any of the first team players.
Some believe that the game tonight, that kicks-off at 18pm, will be giving us all clues of every so called transfer rumour as a line-up will have the answers.
We have seen over the last seasons that certain transfer deals was happening late in the window and close to season start and even also having deals done on the last day of the transfer window. At this moment the wrong players are in the headlines of possible moves out, we believe and hope we will not see anything happen regarding Wesley Fofana, James Maddison, Jamie Vardy and Kasper Schmeichel as media looks to overkill.
We have seen the group coming in and looking fresh and ready for the game vs. Sevilla, and as we see all smiles and happy faces, so again hopefully we will get a lot of good fotball to look forward to.
No clues yet of any team as most players are listed in the squad set up. A number of the regular first teamers are back at King Power for the game as we did see them all coming through the entrance.
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