One move looks certain another goes soft as Tielemans to Arsenal and Maddison to Newcastle are discussed

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There are movement in and around the club regarding transfers, but still hope to keep some of the top players. Caglar Soyuncu looks as a certain sale, while link to Azzedine Ounahi goes soft, with a train of clubs asking for the Angers and Morocco midfielder.

Looking at the line-up and squad vs. MK Dons you probably get a few answers and also according to late talk from Brendan Rodgers, makes it difficult to see a move for James Maddison and Youri Tielemans being done in January.

With that in mind and the rising form of Bouba Soumare you will probably not see any movement regarding midfielders in this January transfer window, with the Ounahi move probably not that likely if Tielemans and Maddison staying.

Dennis Praet and Ayoze Perez were both given starts vs. MK Dons, and they are both players of great quality. Perez is currently a target for Sevilla, while Praet could be given a chance to move back to Torino. It all depends on what is available as Leicester need to monitor carefully and not “scale down” as players seen as replacements must be at the same standard or better.

Caglar Soyuncu looks to be the first move in or out of Leicester in the January transfer window. He is likely to join Atletico Madrid as it all looks done and settled. Sad to see a young and good profoessional leave Leicester as his presence would have been valuable.

Brendan Rodgers has said that he believe it will be a number of moves in and out during the next two transfer windows, but it might be most to look for in the summer. Ayoze Perez and Dennis Praet both possible departures alongside Caglar Soyuncu, and to see who Leicester are regarding as their targets, never miss out on our fresh and updated hot, cool and cold list of rumours.


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