Details about Leicester’s January transfer intentions revealed

Leicester City's King Power Stadium (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)
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Foxes of Leicester look at reported details about Leicester City’s plans for the upcoming January transfer window. Foxes head coach Enzo Maresca is looking to strengthen the LCFC team. One journalist recently suggested that City respectively require a midfielder and a left-sided defender. And FoL also take a look at the gaffer’s high profile recent chat.

There are certain reporters who expect Leicester to be active in the new year. You can access one of those stories by clicking the blue highlighted text above.

Concerning the January window, Maresca says there is always ‘room to improve’. Which is a positive sign that signings will transpire. The ex-Manchester City coach is supposedly discussing transfers with the LCFC hierarchy this week. More to come.

Sky Sports interview Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca

If you’re a Leicester supporter, take it from me: you can ignore the unappreciative and reactive element of the fan base which is already criticising Maresca. After only a few losses, a small and vocal group are unhappy with the Italian. They are possibly internet trolls, because City sit atop of the Championship and are technically on course to achieve the club’s season target: promotion.

Yes the football could be better on occasion, and the Foxes have not shown up for a couple of important clashes, but they are doing tremendously well overall. Adapting to a new system at this level with opponents’ inspiration seeking to defeat ‘the team to beat in the division’ isn’t easy. It takes time.

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October’s very own Manager of the Month in the English second tier recently spoke about transitions in the game, losses and a plethora of other topics. Maresca had a wise statement regarding the performances and results versus Leeds United and Middlesbrough. Essentially the boss of the east Midlands outfit suggested that there has been a lot of ‘noise’ about the outcomes due to just how well the team is doing overall. Read more here.