Leicester striker appears to confirm he wants to stay in Championship

The official Leicester City club badge outside the King Power Stadium (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images)
The official Leicester City club badge outside the King Power Stadium (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images) /

A Leicester City striker appears to have confirmed that he will remain with the east Midlands side in the Championship. Will Patson Daka stay with LCFC?

Following Danish leftback Victor Kristiansen outlining his desire to remain a Fox and aid the King Power club’s return to the Premier League promised land, another LCFC man has seemingly committed to the cause. While the implication from Daka is subtler than Kristiansen’s, it does appear genuine. Furthermore, the attacker appeared legitimately bothered by Leicester’s disastrous season. The 24-year-old waited a week to reflect before posting on social media, as did others Foxes. He admitted that the bad feeling remained, adding that the faithful were the sole bright aspect of 2022/23. Finally he stated: “Leicester will rise again, until then, let’s keep our fighting spirit alive.”

The Championship could ultimately be the level that the Zambia international thrives at. In addition to that, the division may perhaps propel his confidence and talent towards success upon Leicester’s Premier League comeback. The second English division is certainly more akin to the league Daka thrived in, the Austrian Football Bundesliga with Red Bull Salzburg. Although, England’s tier two is no joke – at all. So the centreforward isn’t guaranteed to score a lot of goals, but I am confident that he can help LCFC accomplish their goals.

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Raikhy is a midfielder supposedly on Leicester’s wishlist, irrespective of not having a manager. The Foxes are apparently determined to move forward with personnel business. The player had previously been on loan at Stockport County and Grimsby Town; last season, the 20-year-old was with Villa‘s Under-21 team.

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The Wolverhampton-born Englishman is also said to be admired by his hometown Wanderers. LCFC will purportedly ‘jostle’ with Wolves for the up-and-coming athlete’s signature.