Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by SJN-Fox, Mar 19, 2018.
As if our physio isn't busy enough with Matty James.
Fulham are expecting offers of more than £20m for Scotland midfielder Tom Cairney. The 27-year-old is a target for Leicester. (Sun)
Leicester are ready to buy Norwich's 21-year-old English midfielder James Maddison for £17m if Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez, 27, leaves this summer. (Sun on Sunday)
I thought our priority should be a number 10 to create for Vardy but with the way we play these days I am not sure it would make any difference.
Maddison is a number 10
Good player from what I've seen.
Neves plying his trade at Wolves looking good to me every time I see him play. Pity we didn't look a bit deeper at Portuguese talent and go for this guy rather than Silva.
Different types of player
I’m sure Silva would look that good in the second tier too. I think Silva could be a very good player for us if the management team can actually work out where best to play him. But it wouldn’t be the Leicester City way to actuslllg have a plan on how to use a player before spending many millions on them.
Very disturbing headline from Sports Illustrated " Leicester, Southampton Eyeing Young Boys' Assale "
Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are all interested in signing Leicester City and England defender Harry Maguire, 25 https://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/f...Smalling-Manchester-United-transfer-MUFC-news
Leicester want to pursue a £20m deal for 22-year-old English midfielder Jack Grealish if Aston Villa fail to secure a Premier League return. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/leicester-city-want-20million-jack-12376447
Madness. For what reason is Jack Grealish worth 20 million pounds?!
I recall he has some skills. Stole Benson's whistle though the little bellend. Would rather sign Father Romeo Sensini if we're going down that route.
Horrible little twat
Sorry lazzer, I was only reporting what was in the paper
Good un Porky
Do you still work for Office Depot?
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