Leicester need to build on positives as goalkeeper situation still seen a talking point with Schmeichel message leading to questions

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Leicester goalkeeper Daniel Iversen has been phenomenal since taking over the first team gloves from Danny Ward. He was strangely and surprisingly again the best Leicester player on the field vs. Everton.

It was a surprise to see the Danish shotstopper in so much action as we all do believed that Everton, a relegaton fighter coming to visit, would probably not have made so much trouble as they did and in all fairness should have taken all three points.

TCF beleive in Daniel Iversen and would not consider him as a possible sale in the summer with several clubs of course interested and also seeing a number of goalkeepers being linked with a move to Leicester.

A lot is in the air at the moment and with four games left and Leicester above the relegation zone on goal difference, you have no real idea of where this could end, and without those answers you can not really say much about the future either.

Kasper Schmeichel has also been out in media giving his thoughts on the current situation and talks of his future possibly being in a sweet return to Leicester, as he felt he had unfinished business at the club.

Dean Smith gave us his honest words on the performance vs. Everton and sums it up as expected, and his situation is of course no talking point at this time, with four games to go, he has one focus and that is to keep Leicester up.

What comes next is Fulham, being without three of their best players. Markovic, Ream and Pereira are not available for the game vs. Leicester, Markovic suspended, Reem and Pereira injured. Another massive game, away at Craven Cottage, to look forward to and hopefully more points collected.

Kasper Schmeichel has a long term deal with Nice, going until the summer of 2025, so his possible return to the club might be seen as something in a different capacity. He could possibly be thinking of Mark Schwarzer as well, who was his understudy for a couple of seasons, being in his early 40’s.


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