Foxes of Leicester detail the latest five Leicester City transfer rumours. The players in question include Lois Openda, Renato Sanches, Anthony Patterson, Mike Tresor and Enzo Le Fee.
Hello and welcome to FoL’s roundup of LCFC speculation. Let’s waste no time getting started. First of all, Lens striker Lois Openda. He’s 23 and is on the radar of other sides after 14 goals and two assists in Ligue 1 this season. Read more on Openda by clicking the linked text. Next up is Renato Sanches; I’ve been a fan of the Portuguese for years, in spite of an inconsistent career. Will Sanches replace Youri Tielemans at King Power Stadium? Stranger things have happened, though the two are not like-for-like.
Leicester would supposedly agree to swapping goalkeeper Daniel Iversen for Sunderland’s Anthony Patterson. While Patterson is a legitimate prospect in the net, Iversen just became Brendan Rodgers‘ No.1 stopper. Genk winger Mike Tresor is a true facilitator; although he’s only proven in the Belgian Pro League, I like his profile. The east Midlanders are among a number of clubs interested in a swoop. Brentford, Brighton & Hove Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Nottingham Forest join Leicester in monitoring the Belgian assist king.
Transfer expert insight on Leicester City target
With regard to Enzo Le Fee’s situation, I asked friend of FoL and transfer insider Ekrem Konur for any further cheeky details that may have arisen. As usual, Konur was in the know about the athlete under discussion. The journalist informed me that les Merlus realise that they cannot extend the Frenchman’s contract.
That claim may help explain why the club from France will reluctantly consider decent, prospective offers that transpire during summer transfer window. While the reporter could not pinpoint exactly which outfit shall actually bid after the 2022/23 campaign ends, he did confirm that numerous teams are monitoring the 23-year-old. Which areas do you think Leicester City need to reinforce and where will replacements be required before 2023/24?