These are all the players Leicester should offload this summer

Daniel Amartey of Leicester City (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)
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Leicester City’s English midfielder Hamza Choudhury attends a training session (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images) /

The English midfielder is unfortunate to not receive more opportunities from the Northern Irishman. However, to be fair on Rodgers, he has not entirely registered an impact when suited to the system, and in the aftermath of a different system, Choudhury had no chance.

With only 12 appearances across all competitions for the English ‘DM’ and 15 for Mendy, they have only truly featured when others could not. In the absence of Ndidi, either were given scarce chances to impress. One must certainly be sold, if not both.

A fresher ‘dynamic’ fox

Refreshing the team requires cutting off those older appendages causing issues with injuries and long-term reliability. Especially as the club revisits the dynamic fox logo of yore on the back of their new kits.

Think of Ryan Bertrand, Marc Albrighton, Ayoze Perez, Daniel Amartey, and either of the remaining first team goalkeepers. The only major exclusions have been Jamie Vardy and Jonny Evans.

Despite their older age, whenever they play for Leicester, they continue to surpass a myriad of forwards significantly younger. Though more reliable players (in terms of injuries) would assist. Bertrand has been unimpressive in his first season as a Fox, where ‘Ayo’ has had few chances but still looked bright.