Who will stay, who will go, as transfer window soon close, our grand prediction as Enzo Maresca sees his next move

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Not easy to see what will happen until the end of this transfer window as transfer talk switch fast and not easy to keep track on it all.

Enzo Maresca hopefully have the last say in this and will hopefully get his squad as good as possible, and at the same time being able to trim it down to a good size.

So far it looks good with four wins in four in the league and topping the Championship table, winning every game with a goal difference. Coventry (2-1), Huddersfield (1-0), Cardiff (2-1), Rotherham (2-1).

Not easy to predict, but we believe, Victor Kristiansen (Bologna) and Timothy Castagne (Fulham) are done deals, and will quickly be confirmed.

Recent talk regarding Wilfred Ndidi would likely see him also moving on, despite being trusted by Enzo Maresca in all four games, so far this season. Earlier being linked with Bayern Munich for a possible loan, but now it looks as if Forest will be next.

Kelechi Iheanacho and Patson Daka could both be on the way out, but we believe that it will only be one of the two leaving, with Daka in a stumbling situtation not being able to get moves to Bournemouth and Everton over the line, so we just have to see what it all will look like when the window close.

Harry Souttar could be on his way to Rangers, seen as a possible loan move, which could see Taylor Harwood-Bellis joining Leicester, there are also talk of Josh Brownhill og James McAtee.

Goalkeepers are many at Leicester at the moment, even naming two of them on the bench in recent games, makes no sense at all, when you could have had Marcal-Madivadua in there, so we will just see who will stay or go.

Luke Thomas is seen as a target for Leeds and Man Utd, with major problems at Old Trafford after having Luke Shaw injured. Leicester do have options in Doyle and Justin on the left back position, so to see the local man leave will be no surprise.

Leicester are close to secure the signing of Ghana international Abdul Fatawu, moving in from Sporting. This will give Enzo Maresca a lot of offensive options and hopefully settle his frontline.


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