Foxes of Leicester supply news and views as a Leicester City player confirms that he wishes to leave the Foxes with a permanent transfer in 2024. In addition to that update, FoL cover another topic from the LCFC sphere. Manager Enzo Maresca reveals what is in store for for stars who remain at their Seagrave training ground whilst others are on international duty. The Italian wants to discover some solutions after recent setbacks, along with planning a freshness in squad and coaching thinking.
Initially, I presumed that Victor Kristiansen would be a success on Filbert Way. I came to this conclusion after seeing his early exploits at LCFC.
However, two elements have worked against the Dane at Leicester: Brendan Rodgers, and being unsuited to Enzo Maresca’s system. Now the former Copenhagen man is settled at Bologna and is intent on moving there on a permanent basis.
Enzo Maresca wants kind of a new start at Leicester City
Maresca is back at the drawing board. He’s devising a new blueprint for the Foxes. Well, I may have overstated that and certainly paraphrased the ex-Manchester City staff member. You see, the Leicestershire outfit‘s gaffer is considering starting again. That doesn’t mean leaving LCFC and finding a different team.
Basically, following losses becoming more prevalent and malfunctioning up front, the boss seeks to rejuvenate his side. The unfortunate but rather frustrating defeats to Leeds United at King Power Stadium and, most recently, Middlesbrough away have seen some grumbling amongst the Blue Army. Nobody likes to be beaten, yet Maresca has made a terrific start in my opinion.
Maresca recently talked of individual development at Leicester practice sessions for those not representing their nations. The 43-year-old is optimistic about having some pretty influential footballers back from injury: Wilfred Ndidi and Yunus Akgun come to mind.