Leicester star’s intentions will be very reassuring for fans

Wilfred Ndidi, Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu, Leicester City (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
Wilfred Ndidi, Jonny Evans and Caglar Soyuncu, Leicester City (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images) /

Leicester City star Jonny Evans’ intentions will reassure fans who are worrying that their centre-back will leave in a year when his contract expires.

Us football fanatics are only one more day away from enjoying our wonderful entertainment from the English Premier League again. For the first time in some very dark months. Leicester City are at Watford on Saturday, but before then it’s Aston Villa against Sheffield United on Wednesday. Which is prior to an exciting clash between Manchester City and Arsenal.

In other top-flight news, the premiership explained rules and regulations expected to be adhered to in all matches of the restart: players must keep at a distance when celebrating; they aren’t permitted to spit, clear their noses or shake hands; sanitizer is to be used by all before and after games.

There are also rules about restricting interaction with opponents, obviously that instruction concerns times before and after the contest; as well as using personal water bottles only; and finally mass confrontations are to be avoided. That last one sort of goes for life at any time.

Jonny Evans’ intentions will please Leicester City

In our Foxes roundup is an update from great Leicester City centre-half, Jonny Evans. The Northern Irishman only has one year remaining on his current King Power deal; a fact which has some of the Blue Army slightly worried. Others want defenders such as Celtic’s Kristoffer Ajer signed as a replacement for the near future.

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However, when recently speaking to BBC Sport the 32-year-old suggested he believes he still has ‘a lot of years ahead of him’ at international level. Which implies he could remain at Leicester beyond 2021. Manchester United’s former player has been a particularly integral part of the defence for the Foxes since arriving, especially this term.