Jonny Evans and team-mates give their assessment of the stunning new Leicester City training ground. While Hamza Choudhury is up for sale.
I’m sure you’re already aware, but Leicester City very recently switched training facilities as they have a new practice area at Seagrave, Leicestershire.
In addition to supplying details about that stunning fitness centre and how the Foxes roster is acclimatising there, Foxes of Leicester will also inform you of any incoming along with outgoing transfer business in January so far.
Do the Leicester City squad like the new training ground?
To spend £100 million on a state-of-the-art training complex truly illuminates the intention of Leicester City Football Club. The roster is privileged to be practising there, to be honest.
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Centre-back and elder of the team, Jonny Evans, said this earlier in the week:
“It’s really impressive here [Seagrave facility]. Since we’ve come in, we’re still a bit gobsmacked we’re coming into training every day at this facility, it’s amazing.”
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Hamza Choudhury is essentially up for sale
In effect, Leicester City Academy graduate Hamza Choudhury is available for a transfer. This is due to the Englishman’s inability to become a starter behind Wilfred Ndidi, as well as Papy Mendy.
Brendan Rodgers claims a loan isn’t beneficial for either party, therefore the player can stay or leave on a permanent basis, as per Leicestershire Live.
In other Foxes business, Leicester have loaned some players out, including: Josh Knight, Daniel Iverson, Admiral Muskwe and Eldin Jakupovic. Meanwhile, the east Midlanders have recalled Croatian centre-back Filip Benkovic from his temporary position at Cardiff City. It is unclear presently whether or not Benkovic will depart again, for good or a short period, or if he’ll finally receive his chance under Rodgers.