Conflicting details on Leicester's intentions and value of Dewsbury-Hall

There are now conflicting rumours and hearsay concerning Leicester City's intentions for midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. Dewsbury-Hall is wanted by a couple of notable Premier League sides, if talk is accurate. In addition to these details, Foxes of Leicester offer a verdict on the Foxes star's apparent transfer value. Meanwhile FoL also cover what Leicester manager Enzo Maresca said about 'KDH'.
Leicester City v Birmingham City - Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round
Leicester City v Birmingham City - Emirates FA Cup Fourth Round / Michael Regan/GettyImages

Sky Sports have declared that Leicester wish to retain Dewsbury-Hall. That's good news for the Blue Army. But I am concerned that the 'selling club' may be angling for a deal. Why would there be a quoted valuation for a 'not for sale' asset?

Honestly, an ostensible £40 million price tag wouldn't temp me. But a hypothetical offer at £50m would surely persuade Foxes chiefs. Will Brighton & Hove Albion or admirers Arsenal or Fulham eventually sign KDH?

What Enzo Maresca made of supposed interest in Leicester City player Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall

Following Leicester's triumphant 3-0 victory over Birmingham City in the FA Cup Fourth Round - which secured a place in the fifth against Bournemouth - the Italian had a chat with reporters. Leicester Mercury state that the Leicestershire outfit's boss distanced himself from the KDH affair by suggesting that the LCFC hierarchy must deal with the situation.

The outlet claim the former Manchester City coach "deflected" questions on Dewsbury-Hall's LCFC future. It is, however, not uncommon for bosses to do so. KDH's absence from the squad fuelled further gossip on whether he will stay on Filbert Way after January or when the window reopens in the summer. Although Maresca did declare that the midfield man was rested for the upcoming Championship clash with Swansea City.

The gaffer added that Jannik Vestergaard and Harry Winks were also given time to recuperate ahead of a challenging run. The 43-year-old finished by saying "we'll see" when pressed on KDH. Should something actually transpire relating to the athlete, he said he will comment more on the situation.