Jannik Vestergaard contract makes it difficult to see a full transfer happen, but a loan to Bundesliga is said to be possible

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Danish football newspaper Tipsbladet, has been talking to Rob Tanner from The Athletic, and this confirms what has been the topic, a difficult situation for Jannik Vestergaard regarding his current contract and a possible move away.

Earlier in the month rumours about a possible chance to join Turkish club Besiktas appeared, but so far not been followed up with any news at all, as we today could see new chances of a loan switch to Bundesliga being talked up.

He is on the fringe at Leicester and has not been much involved, but with a contract running until June 2024, and a salary not able to be copied by many teams interested. But of course there are many ways to solve those type of challenges as Leicester could pay him or give him a deal to consider. His two seasons at Leicester has been close to a nightmare, and to just sit out most games has also seen him losing a cemented place in the Danish national team.

Fulham and Brentford both had their interest shown last summer, but so far in this transfer window not much said with the latest being a possible chance to join clubs in Germany, were he has earlier played for Werder Bremen and Borussia Monchengladbach.

Victor Kristiansen and Daniel Iversen both played their part in the FA Cup vs. Walsall, with Jannik Vestergaard again sitting out a game, never coming off the bench, not trusted much by Brendan Rodgers.

We will just wait and see what happens, but the future of Jannik Vestergaard looks to be better off somewhere else, though we have no real understanding for the way Brendan Rodgers is treating the Danish international.

There are just a few days left of the January transfer window and with that in mind and just a soft links to a Bundesliga switch, it makes little or no hope for a move, but you never now as desperate clubs could come in and try to do some business.

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