Leicester favourites in chase for young Championship star as Wolves, Brighton, Spurs and Man Utd are all following the progress

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Leicester looks in limbo at the moment with a squad in change. Bristol City midfielder Alex Scott is said to be on the radar as the England U.20 internatinal are progressing in Championship action.

Former Leicester midfielder Andy King, now a player coach at Bristol City, makes no secret of his beliefs for the young and promising midfielder, and could be one to put in a special word regarding his old club.

Their manager Nigel Pearson also have strong connections to Leicester as being their manager in two different periods, promoting the team twice, first getting them back to the Championship and later pushing the club back up to Premier League status.

So what would Alex Scott bring to Leicester and why should Brendan Rodgers splash the cash to get this player in at the age of 19. Is it another signing for the future or could it be that he could go straight into a Leicester line-up.

Brighton is the latest club to be linked with Alex Scott, but still we believe Leicester could be next for this special player, both regarding the situation with their current midfielders Youri Tielemans and James Maddison, both likely to leave in the future.

Bristol City are struggling in Championship at the moment, currently 19th and just a point off the relegation places. This could trigger Nigel Pearson to make moves in the market as Alex Scott could be put up for sale to get money for strengthening other areas of the team.

This would be a typical Leicester move as we have seen before bringing in Demarai Gray from Birmingham, James Justin from Luton and James Maddison from Norwich, all taking the steps into Premier League with no or little worries.

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