Leicester City’s number 1 goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel has suffered an injury scare ahead of Saturday’s clash with Manchester United.
Leicester City’s 29 year old Danish international was sent in early from training earlier today after complaining of sore muscles.
Schmeichel has recently recovered from undergoing a hernia operation during the international break that just passed.
Foxes fans will be glad to here that this injury scare seems unrelated.
Following his surgery recovery, Kasper then missed out on the clash with Burnley last weekend following a concussion that he received in training.
He was also kept out of the starting 11 during the midweek clash with the Leicester boss’ former club Chelsea.
"“Kasper is good. Today he made some training session but he felt a little pain to a muscle so tomorrow I will check.”"
"“He said to me ‘I feel something here’ and I said ‘OK’. I am not a doctor but the concussion is OK.”"
"“Let me check tomorrow. If it is nothing serious then he will come and play, if not he will stay at home.”"
With his fitness in doubt, Leicester’s summer signing Ron-Robert Zieler will be seeing plenty of first team action.
Speaking to the media, Ranieri touched on Leicester being fearless going into the United game and being unintimidated by the home support.
"“We are fearless. Why are we scared to go there? More than lose, what can we do there? Why? I enjoy, 70,000 people is amazing, fantastic. I don’t want to go when there is just you and me to play. It is very bad show.”"
"“It is not the first time they play against United. Now they are experienced players. It is normal. When you go in this big stadium you want to show your best.”"