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    Papy Mendy

    https://www.getfootballnewsfrance.com/2019/st-etienne-negotiating-with-leicester-for-nampalys-mendy/ St Étienne negotiating with Leicester for Nampalys Mendy L’Équipe report that Ligue 1 side St Étienne are in active negotiations with Premier League side Leicester City to sign French defensive midfielder Nampalys Mendy, who has just 12 months remaining on his current contract with the Foxes. The 27-year-old is clearly on the market, but Leicester want to recoup the fee that they paid for him, some €16m in 2016. Les Verts are trying to negotiate this demand down, with talks ongoing.
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    Dennis Praet

    http://sampgazzetta.it/2019/07/16/praet-il-leicester-non-molla-gia-pronta-una-nuova-offerta-anche-la-fiorentina-potrebbe-fare-unofferta/ Praet: Leicester does not give up, a new offer is ready. Even Fiorentina could make an offer. Dennis Praet, started with the whole group in Ponte di Legno for the preparation with Samp. His future will not be blucerhiato, the Leicester will probably formulate a new offer to reach 22 million, but there are other teams involved, Atletico Madrid and in Italy there is much talk of Fiorentina, with the latter, pleasing to the player . The viola have already had a first contact with Samp and could go on, even if the time is short. In the background, other teams also requested information. The Samp we repeat if they are not players interested in Mister Difra does not want counterparts, the cost of the card is of 25 Millions
  3. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7225001/Mario-Lemina-moves-closer-Southampton-exit-door-left-trip-Austria.html Mario Lemina moves closer to Southampton exit after being left out of pre-season trip to Austria Mario Lemina said at the weekend that he is open to leaving Southampton The midfielder was an £18m signing from Juventus two years ago But boss Ralph Hassenhuttl is happy to cash in on the Gabon international Mario Lemina is heading for the Southampton exit after being left out of their pre-season tour squad. Midfielder Lemina was a surprise omission from Ralph Hasenhuttl's squad when they departed for Austria on Monday morning. Southampton signed Lemina, 25, from Juventus for £18million two years ago and though he has shown flashes of his talent he has been unable to nail down a regular spot at St Mary's with his hopes of doing so hampered by injury. Hasenhuttl is now open to cashing in on the Gabon international and with three years still left on his contract they will look to recoup the fee they paid out. Southampton have received enquiries from Arsenal, Manchester United and Leicester for Lemina while Atalanta are also keen on bringing him back to Italy. And Lemina admitted at the weekend he is ready to quit the club, saying: 'I still have another three years of contract. But it is true that I do not rule out the possibility of seeing something else. 'The last four months have not been easy for me, with my injury. The coach put his team together. I want to start afresh. So why not leave? 'We have very good discussions with the club. We are in agreement. If I don't feel good in this project, I can leave. 'They are giving me the opportunity to be able to go elsewhere.' Striker Charlie Austin was also omitted from Hasenhuttl's 26-man party for the trip to Austria.
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    Slimani

    https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/olympiacos-reportedly-waiting-leicester-citys-3036999 Leicester City have received an enquiry for striker Islam Slimani from Greek side Olympiacos. That's according to Sdna.GR, who claim the Greek giants are awaiting a response from the Foxes. Olympiacos have reportedly expressed their interest in the City misfit who looks set to depart this summer, Slimani spent last season loan with Fernabahce but only featured 14 times in all. The 31-year-old joined City for £28 million from Sporting in 2016, going on to score eight goals in 36 appearances. He has since completed two loan spells, one with Newcastle and the other one with Fernabahce last season. His signing from Sporting will go down as a bad piece of business for the Foxes who will surely lose a significant amount of money on the striker. As things stand, he is not part of Brendan Rodgers' plans for the new season, but unless any developments take place in the rumoured deal involving Olympiacos, he will report for pre-season. Slimani has two years remaining on his current deal.
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  6. https://www.getfootballnewsfrance.com/2019/wolves-to-hold-meeting-with-angers-in-egypt-for-stephane-bahoken/ Wolves to hold meeting with Angers in Egypt for Stéphane Bahoken L’Équipe report that Premier League side Wolves are due to send representatives to a meeting with Ligue 1 side Angers in Egypt where AFCON is currently underway to discuss a possible transfer for 27-year-old forward Stéphane Bahoken. Angers are willing to sell the forward who is under contract until 2022 and scored 11 league goals this season. Leicester City are also interested in the former OGC Nice and Strasbourg forward.
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    Slimani

    http://sportwitness.co.uk/leicester-city-reluctant-loan-player-summer-want-leave-permanently/ Even though Islam Slimani continues to be heavily linked with a return to Portugal, we see mixed claims about how open Leicester City are about the transfer. A couple of weeks ago, we’ve covered claims which said the Foxes had accepted to loan the player out for a third time in a row. It’s Sporting who would like to sign him back, simply waiting to sell Bas Dost so they would work on bringing back Slimani. But as Record talks about the Dutchman’s departure today, they explain Slimani is pretty unlikely to be the one replacing him on a loan deal Record claims that Leicester City are only accepting to sell the player. Furthermore, Slimani would also have to take a paycut, since he currently earns €5m per season. Earlier today, we covered claims from A Bola which said Benfica wanted to sign Slimani, and would pay €15m for the transfer. However, when buying the player from Sporting, Leicester City agreed to a clause which blocks the player from joining Benfica or Porto, otherwise they would have to pay the Lions a fine of €30m.
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    Slimani

    https://www.abola.pt/Clubes/Noticias/Ver/791846/40/ Islam Slimani, Algerian striker who represented with well-known Sporting between 2013 and 2016, is in the plans of Benfica for the new era. The BOLA has learned that the club of Light has advanced even with a proposal with Leicester to ensure the player is hired. Slimani, who will turn 31 on June 18, was in the last season loan to Fenerbahçe, where he scored in 25 games, scoring 6 goals. Previously he was also loaned to Newcastle. Despite the minor period, Benfica, confident in the qualities of the striker, especially evidenced in his passage through Sporting, made contacts with Leicester and advanced even with a proposal for the transfer. However, there is a detail that could be hindering: Slimani, when he transferred from Sporting to the English club in August 2016 (for 30 million euros), signed an anti-rival clause, which prevents the player from representing in particular Benfica and FC Porto. Moreover, the Alvalade club, who will now be informed by Leicester of the Benfica proposal, will also be interested in securing the Slimani contest.
  9. https://www.footballinsider247.com/aston-villa-set-to-be-beaten-to-defender-signing/ Leicester City are set to beat Aston Villa to the signing of highly-rated Luton Town defender James Justin, Football Insider understands. A host of clubs have been chasing the full-back’s signature, but Leicester are poised to fend off interest from rival clubs to land him. Villa bid £7.5million for Justin last month as they look to bolster their right-back options ahead of life back in the Premier League next season. However, a source with knowledge of the situation has told Football Insider that Leicester are in advanced talks with Luton for Justin and they could tie up a deal for the 21-year-old by the end of the week. Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is keen to strengthen at right-back after letting Danny Simpson move on at the end of the season and he sees the rising as providing cover and competition for Ricardo Pereira. Justin is regarded as one of the best young defenders in the Football League after shining at Luton over the last few seasons. The 21-year-old, who can play at left-back or right-back, was named in the League One Team of the Year following his impressive displays this campaign. Luton have reluctantly agreed to sell Justin as he was entering the final year of his contract at Kenilworth Road and they did not want to risk him running down his contract.
  10. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7055837/Leicester-express-Luton-Town-defender-James-Justin.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ito=1490&ns_campaign=1490 Leicester express interest in Luton Town starlet James Justin as boss Brendan Rodgers aims to provide competition for places at full-back Leicester are weighing-up a move for Luton Town full-back James Justin The 21-year-old is capable of playing on the left or right side of defence Brendan Rodgers is looking to provide competition for places at full-back Leicester are interested in Luton Town's highly-rated full-back James Justin. The 21-year-old is a left-back but can also play on the right and Leicester want a defender they can develop who can push Ben Chilwell and Ricardo Pereira. Chilwell has been a target for Manchester City but wants to stay at least another season at Leicester. Justin, who was named in the League One Team of the Year, has been a target for Stoke and West Brom also. He has one year left on contract with an option and Luton would be looking for around £5million.
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