Leicester defender's permanent exit likely as Fox reveals international return wish

A Leicester City defender is likely to complete a permanent exit from King Power Stadium. In addition to covering that story, Foxes of Leicester speak on a star Fox's revelation that he wants a return to National Team prominence.

Leicester City v Coventry City - Sky Bet Championship
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Did Enzo Maresca make an error by not giving Bologna loanee Victor Kristiansen more of a chance? I am unsure, to be honest. It may no longer matter:

"According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Victor Kristiansen’s convincing performances at Bologna are persuading the Rossoblu to sign the 21-year-old from Leicester City permanently at the end of the season."

Leicester City midfielder Harry Winks longs for a comeback with England on the international stage - will his desire become reality?

Winks's relatively fledging but massively influential and probably successful Leicester career has even been described as a renaissance by BBC Sport's Andrew Aloia and Charlie Slater. It is right to note that without Winks in the middle, LCFC wouldn't have been so splendid this season.

To be fair to the former Tottenham Hotspur man, his career is certainly fully revived. There is also a fresh interest in the Foxes star. However, I am unsure whether England head coach Gareth Southgate will be monitoring the 28-year-old too closely just yet. And I'll explain why.

First of all, there is an abundance of talented English 'defensive midfielders', if it is still fair to label those talented footballers with such constriction. Even if Declan Rice became injured, Southgate would probably stoop so low as to reinstate the currently floundering Kalvin Phillips to his Three Lions starting XI. If not, you can be sure that the now arguably lacklustre Jordan Henderson would get a call.

Although Winks is only re-attaining footballing fame and satisfaction in the Championship, he may well carry his form into the Premier League. He is experienced in the top division. That is if the east Midlands side return to the EPL; they are almost certain to do so in spite of an unpredictable loss to Middlesbrough. Maybe then Southgate will consider the 28-year-old.