Tetè joined Leicester on loan in January, but his stay never became what was expected, probably a mix of a lot of different reasons, and no one really rated the flank man as nothing more than a flop, but there are other clubs out there that managed to see above his time with Leicester.
The 23 year old Brazilian with a past at Shakhtar Donetsk and loan spells at Lyon and Leicester made his move to Galatasaray in August, signing a four year deal, making his debut against Molde, coming on for Yunus Akgun who has later become a Leicester player.
Tetè scored his first goal for Galatasaray in the 2-2 Champions League group game vs. Copenhagen at home. So far he has played 8 games in total, looking to have a place in the plans of manager Okan Buruk. Tetê is best known for his goal and assist in that remarkable Shaktar Donetsk 3-2 win at Santiago Bernabeu in 2020.
Andrej Kramaric continues life at Hoffenheim in the best way possible, and at the age of 32 still in contention for a place in the Croatia line-up. He was recently called up to the national team for the games vs. Wales and Turkey, but had to withdraw due to an injury.
So far this season Kramaric has scored 6 goals in 7 games, so his goalscoring ratio continues to look really special. He has to date scored 99 goals in 215 league games for Hoffenheim. He is at present the Croatian with most goals scored in Bundesliga action.
Connor Wood is another former fox on the books at Leicester from 2016 to 2018. He never played in the first team moving from non league Chesham United, but got his league debut at Bradford City. He later played for Leyton Orient and Colchester United, before making his move to Tranmere Rovers this summer. Wood was not involved when Leicester played Tranmere in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season, with a total of four league games played so far.
Nampalys Mendy was released by Leicester in the summer and it took a while before the Senegal international found himself a new club, joining Ligue 1 club Lens on a two year deal. So far been involved once in league action.
Victor Kristiansen, currently on loan from Leicester to Bologna, had to withdraw from the Denmark squad, being injured and out for at least three weeks. His start in Serie A has been seen as positive, playing 5 of 8 games, seeing Bologna in 11th position.
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