Tom Cannon is one among several players to continue the neverending story of injury problems occuring at this football club. Conor Coady, Alex Smithies, Will Alves, Sammy Braybrooke and Dennis Praet are among players not in action at the moment.
As we reported on at an earlier point, moves away from the club could still happen as the wage bill and contract situation could force through transfers until the last transfer window shuts.
Wilfred Ndidi has been linked with a number of clubs over the summer, but still been in and around the first team on a regular basis, often used out of position by his new boss. In Nigeria’s recent 6-0 win over Sao Tome e Principe, he played in a central midfield position with Kelechi Iheanacho playing on the flank in the same team.
Fenerbahce is said to be eager to sign Wilfred Ndidi, but we will just have to wait and see what happens, with the next window in January being the option coming on, and sadly it looks very likely he will move on instead of signing a new long term deal at the club.
Surely there will be a bit of speculation going on into the late hours of the Turkey transfer window, with possibly money to spend and their major clubs ready for European action.
The terrible injury problems continues at Leicester, sadly seeing Tom Cannon joining Conor Coady on the sidelines, both players, hopefully will get back soon, fully recovered.
Coady is back in training, but it would be too early to see him in a starting line-up, but probably he could be named in the squad at Southampton, hardly seen as more than a journey traveller to be part of the squad and be back in among the players.
Tom Cannon and Dennis Praet are both out, but no concrete details on their return. Alex Smithies is said to be back in contention, but still looks far from a starter, and for the development players Sammy Braybrooke and Will Alves, no certain date is set.
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