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    Ricardo Pereira

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    Esgaio

    http://sportwitness.co.uk/leicester-city-impressed-robocop-several-scoutings-season/ Leicester City impressed with ‘Robocop’ after several scouting trips this season Apart from the Premier League top six, there’s a few other English clubs who watch Portuguese matches regularly, and one of them is Leicester City. The Foxes are often named in the lists of emissaries who watch the local games, even though there isn’t always a claim of who were they keeping an eye on. Now there’s a fresh target they’re said to be keeping an eye on. According to O Jogo today, Leicester are following Braga midfielder Ricardo Esgaio. Described by the Portuguese newspaper as a ‘moneyed’ club, the Foxes would be one of the sides who became impressed with Esgaio’s performances in the Europa League, and could now go after him in the summer window. Embed from Getty Images Braga are said to be willing to keep their stars this summer, and are ready to be ‘confronted’ by big offers for them. Esgaio joined the club last year on a free deal, as part of a trade with Sporting. He quickly earned himself an important role in the team, and as mentioned by O Jogo, he’s called ‘Robocop’ by manager Abel Ferreira. If that isn’t enough for Leicester City to sign him then we’ve no idea what is
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    Badou Ndiaye

    http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2018/05/11/do-report-wolves-and-leicester-city-could-trigger-badou-ndiayes/?utm_medium=share%20service&utm_campaign=social%20media&utm_source=twitter&utm_content=HITCepl Stoke City's relegation from the Premier League should see Badou Ndiaye leave with Leicester City and Championship winners Wolvesreportedly interested. Badou Ndiaye only moved to Stoke City in January for a fee of £14 million, according to the BBC. But, following the Potters’ relegation from the Premier League, the former Galatasaray midfielder could be on the move again this summer. The Mail stated recently that Stoke are set to suffer a mass exodus this summer and Ndiaye is likely to follow Jack Butland, Joe Allen, Xherdan Shaqiri and co out of the exit. It is understood the Senegalese powerhouse has a release clause in his contract that will come into effect now Stoke’s relegation has been confirmed. And Turkish publication Sporx is claiming that there are two Premier League sides who will offer Ndiaye the chance to remain in England’s top flight – Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Both Adrien Silva and Vicente Iborra have endured mixed debut seasons at the King Power Stadium, so Ndiaye would offer some extra depth in midfield and perhaps a more fitting partner for the excellent Wilfred Ndidi.
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    Vardy

    https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/2475717/leicester-star-jamie-vardy-in-line-for-new-contract-worth-140000-a-week-as-reward-for-his-fine-form/ VARD WORK Leicester star Jamie Vardy in line for new contract worth £140,000-a-week as reward for his fine form England striker has fired in 10 goals in his last 13 games and Foxes chiefs are desperate to keep him at the King Power Stadium JAMIE VARDY is set for a bumper £140,000-a-week contract offer to stay at Leicester. The England striker will be rewarded for his amazing form that has seen him score 10 goals in 13 games. Vardy, 31, broke through the £100,000-a-week barrier when agreed a new deal at the King Power Stadium, which has two years left to run. He could get bumped up to the £140,000-a-week mark with an extension of a season to make sure his future is secures with the Foxes. Despite being in his 30s, the ex-Fleetwood striker has not lost his pace and has hit double figures for goals in the two seasons since winning the Premier League title. However, there’s less good news for Leicester fans regarding the future of Riyad Mahrez. The Algerian was the subject of a failed bid by Manchester City in January. And Pep Guardiola will return with a £65million offer for Mahrez this summer. He has two years left on his King Power Stadium deal and has no intention of signing an extension. Leicester have been reluctant to part ways in recent windows but could now grant Mahrez his wish – providing the numbers from City are right.
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    Summer 2018 Transfer Kitty

    http://sportwitness.co.uk/leicester-trying-get-ahead-sign-player-tottenham-e12-15m-offer/ Leicester trying to ‘get ahead’ and sign player after Tottenham €12-15m offer Just over a week ago we covered claims from Portugal that Tottenham remain ‘attentive’ to the situation of Ricardo Pereira. Spurs had been strongly linked to the fullback during the last summer transfer window and a move made a lot of sense, until Tottenham signed Serge Aurier instead. It’s not too hard to argue the Aurier move hasn’t worked out perfectly, so retaining an interest in Pereira is understandable. Monday’s edition of A Bola reports Leicester City are keen too. It’s explained that Claude Puel worked with Pereira at Nice and is keen to get him to Leicester this summer.The Foxes are working to ‘get ahead’ of the competition, which would include Tottenham, and A Bola believes a deal could be done at around €25m. Previously Spurs were said to have offered €12-15m for the player.
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    Summer 2018 Transfer Kitty

    https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/leicester-city-target-italy-bologna-1397800 Leicester City are interested in signing Bologna forward Simone Verdi, according to reports coming out of Italy. Corriere Di Bologna suggest that City have made contact with the 25-year-old’s agent with a request for more information surrounding the Italian international. City are reportedly facing competition from both Premier League and Serie A sides for Verdi’s signature. Watford are thought to be interested, whilst Napoli, Inter Milan and Roma are all vying to sign him. His contract with Bologna runs until the summer of 2021. Verdi, who can operate either on the wing or in attack, has enjoyed his most prolific campaign this year having scored seven goals in Serie A in 25 appearances. He has also provided seven assists in that time. In total, he has made 55 appearances in his time with Bologna, netting 13 times and providing 12 assists. After progressing through AC Milan’s youth system, Verdi has gone on to represent Torino, Empoli and Carpi in his native Italy as well has having a short loan spell at Spanish outfit SD Eibar. He made his debut for the Italian national team last year with a one minute cameo in a 2-1 victory over the Netherlands but has only made one further appearance since. It has been reported that Napoli agreed a deal to sign the player in January but Verdi rejected the move.
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    Ulloa - To Brighton on loan (Page 8)

    http://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2018/01/09/do-report-aston-villa-enquire-about-leonardo-ulloa-striker-wants/ Leonardo Ulloa has been linked with Championship duo Aston Villa and Sheffield United and an exit from Leicester City may be on the cards in January. Reports linking Aston Villa with a move for Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa have dried up a little of late. The Mail (live blog, 3.15pm) stated in late December that both Aston Villa and Sheffield United were interested in signing the Argentine striker on loan for the rest of the season. But, since then, the striker’s name has been strangely absent from the gossip columns. However the Birmingham Mail now provides an update on the former Brighton target man’s potential move to Villa Park. The report claims that Steve Bruce’s side have indeed made an enquiry about Ulloa, as they believe he could give them an added edge in attack. Keinan Davis, Scott Hogan and Gabriel Agbonlahor, the strikers’ Villa were forced to rely on in the absence of Jonathan Kodjia, netted just four league goals between them in 2017. So it does not take long to work out why Bruce wants to sign a player who scored a goal every other game on average during two years in the Championship with Brighton. And it is understood that Ulloa, who was blocked from leaving Leicester in the last two transfer windows, is again keen to leave the King Power Stadium. The 31-year-old has played just 19 minutes of Premier League football this seasonAnd with Sheffield United looking increasingly likely to sign James Wilson on loan from Manchester United in the coming days, according to The Mail, time will tell whether this leaves Villa open to step up their pursuit of Ulloa.
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    Fousseni Diabate

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    Ben Arfa

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    André Almeida

    http://sportwitness.co.uk/leicester-city-can-sign-target-e10m-e15m-worst-scenario-january-deal-cards/ During the past month, Leicester City have been frequently linked to the Benfica right-back André Almeida, with reports saying the Foxes have already started contacts in order to sign the player in the January transfer market. Earlier this week, newspaper O Jogo even claimed that the Leicester midfielder Adrien Silva has recommended the signing, even though he used to play for Benfica’s local rivals Sporting. He’d have told the Foxes that Almeida would fit the squad well and should be worth the investment. As Almeida signed a contract extension in August, and has been an important player for the Eagles, there wasn’t a reason to believe that he would be cheap for Leicester. First because he has a €30m release clause, then because it’s the January market, and also because well, it’s Benfica who are selling. But it turns out that Leicester can snap him up for only half of the clause, at least according to what O Jogo reports today. And that would still be the worst scenario on the table. The newspaper writes that when Almeida agreed the new deal in August, Benfica promised him that he could leave for only €10m, as the club were already aware of his wish to move to a better league. Problem is that the Eagles don’t have another right-back at the moment, as they don’t trust the Barcelona loanee Douglas, who’s still fighting to continue his spell in Lisbon. That’s why Benfica want to guarantee another signing first, and for now, they demand €15m from Leicester City, as with a few million more they would find themselves in a better scenario to find a replacement in the transfer market. So in order to get him for the lower price, the Foxes would have to wait for Benfica to find another player first, something that doesn’t look very close, as O Jogo doesn’t mention any names.
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    André Almeida

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