Leicester City target two renowned players to sign soon

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King Power Stadium the home of Leicester City (Photo by Sam Bagnall – AMA/Getty Images)

According to reports, Leicester City will target two renowned players – one winger and one full-back – to sign in upcoming transfer windows.

With the Leicester City midfield and attackers devoid of almost any potency against Liverpool and subsequently, of all teams, Fulham at home in the Premier League, I’m sure the Blue Army would be content with some well-known players as potential signings in the January or summer transfer windows.

Yes, the Foxes have shown some excellent forward-thinking play, guile and moves over the course of this early part of the season – not to mention qualifying for the following round of the Europa League, too – but there are matches at the King Power Stadium in which Brendan Rodgers struggles to devise a plan or plan B to defeat their opponents. Worryingly, these games are often against mediocre opposition such as Aston Villa or the Cottagers.

Two renowned players may join Leicester City sometime

First of all, this is a slightly odd link, but Leicester are once again being connected with a move for Argentine left-back Nicolas Tagliafico. Ajax’s defender is set to put pen to paper on a new deal with the dutch club.

Yet, apparently that is only to appease the athlete with an added stipulation that ‘he can leave if a decent offer emerges’, as per Daily Mail. Now age-28, Tagliafico could cost as little as £20 million at the campaign’s end.

Lastly, it’s Florian Thauvin once more: HITC says Marseille boss Andre Villas-Boas is almost resigned to losing the winger. Villas-Boas is not surprised to read of Villa’s and Leicester‘s interest.

Elsewhere in Leicester City news, former-Fox Tommy Wright is now to become a police officer. The onetime striker, 35, once scored a winner for the east Midlands side versus Nottingham Forest. Currently a student officer with Leicestershire police, during his career as a sportsman Wright represented England at an Under-19 tournament.