Leicester best in Europe on one special area as priority must be set to single out more categories

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Leicester is said to have the best training facilities in Europe, but still that has not seen the club take any advantage so far this season, with their first win coming in their eight game of the campaign.

The infrastructure is needed to become a major club and also seeing the expansion plans on the stadium coming through makes everything very exciting.

To have a grand training ground as well as a top stadium are of course major when building a strong club for Premier League experiences season in and season out.

Since returning to the top flight in 2014 after 10 years out, Leicester have also been a good developer of young home grown talent, but still not up there among the best.

To develop players taking steps from one level to another is the way to work and getting them into the top flight and identify what type of qualities the player you bring in do take with him.

Harvey Barnes, Ben Chilwell, Luke Thomas, Hamza Choudhury, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall are all players nursed forward through the academy. Calvin Bassey was on slipping through the net without being able to connect him to the club in a way that made his presence shown.

The signings of James Maddison, James Justin, Harry Maguire and Wesley Fofana are recent examples of great moves in the market to identify those great assets that did see them take the next level with storm coming in from being unknown to the league or having just a bit of experience without any of the major top clubs taking much notice.

Looking at the current group of young players in the U.21 set up they are among the top clubs, but still a bit below the very top and it will be important going forward to probably invest more to get the players needed coming through and being best in Europe regarding nursing forward your own talent as well as being clever in the market to sign players that have the ability to grow.


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