Leicester transfer news: one winger to be sold, other should sign

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Foxes of Leicester provides Leicester City transfer news as some cash may be obtained for Demarai Gray, while Cengiz Under should join permanently.

Gray’s adeptness and prowess as a winger with a complete skill set has only been viewed by Leicester City fans on a handful of occasions. OK, maybe that’s unfair – say ten times or so.

One of those moments of enduring magic from the Birmingham-born man was a ‘worldie’ of a finish at Old Trafford against Manchester United. Unfortunately, these scenarios were few and far between; that did not, however, stop the Blue Army from wanting to see the 24-year-old succeed.

Another sublime and poignant effort from Gray was in Wales versus Cardiff City in 2018. The player won the game for the Foxes with a goal in an emotionally-charged match directly after beloved chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha tragically passed away.

It appeared that the Englishman would leave for free this summer, as his contract rapidly expires. Yet, Leicester may now get some cash to sell Gray in the current month of January.

Updates on Cengiz Under, Demarai Gray at Leicester City

Apparently, the Foxes are negotiating with German outfit Bayer Leverkusen to sell Demarai Gray for £1.8 million, as per Sport1.

Meanwhile, Turkish star Cengiz Under hasn’t managed to nail-down a place in the Leicester starting eleven. Injury hasn’t helped, nor has veteran Marc Albrighton’s wonderful form.

Although, it has been suggested in an article by Sport Witness that the loanee will sign a permanent deal with the east Midlanders worth £20m in the summer.

In other updates now, four February fixtures have been moved to accommodate televised coverage. They include: Fulham versus Leicester on Wednesday 3 February at 6pm, on BT Sport in the United Kingdom; the Wolverhampton Wanderers clash on Sunday 7 February at 2pm, on Sky Sports; the Liverpool game on Saturday 13 February at 12:30pm, on BT Sport; and finally, Aston Villa on Sunday 21 February at 2pm, on Sky Sports.