According to a Leicester City specialist journalist, the Foxes are set to be active during the January transfer window with business to be done. In addition to that, Foxes of Leicester discuss boss Enzo Maresca’s take on 2022/23 Championship winners Burnley.
Leicester Mercury reporter Jordan Blackwell has conducted another Question and Answer practice for all Blue Army inquiries. As is typical, a wide range of topics were covered in the session.
Interestingly, the LCFC writer was asked whether the Foxes will sell or sign any players in the new year. Blackwell replied that he does expect the east Midlands club to conduct business in January. To clarify, he suspects more personnel will be offloaded than acquired in the upcoming transfer window.
Leicester City head coach Enzo Maresca on Vincent Kompany’s Burnley side from last season and parallels with the Foxes – but Reading hold the championship record for points
Clearly Leicester could well go on to leave a legacy of one of the best ever teams from a single season in tier two of English football. However, at this stage in the development of the side, the LCFC manager admitted that he does not believe his assembled squad or stating lineup are better than Burnley from the previous campaign. And then there is Reading, who once clinched a 106-point second division haul.
Possibly in a move to avoid complacency creeping in at King Power Stadium, Maresca has not particularly wanted to compare his men with Kompany’s of the past year. While the former Manchester City staff member did wish to highlight just how good the Clarets were.
To continue in the same customary contemporary winning fashion, the Foxes gaffer wants his team to carry on playing as they are. Although, the 43-year-old does acknowledge that football is difficult to predict and anything can happen.