Pundit right about Leicester City's Patson Daka when transfer opportunity arises

Foxes of Leicester pass judgment on the Leicester City squad as usual: which Foxes should stay and who should go? In addition to that, a former Leicester striker speaks about LCFC head coach Enzo Maresca
Liverpool v Leicester City - Carabao Cup Third Round
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Daka is still scoring for his country Zambia. I think the striker could have brought more whilst in the Premier League. He might be able to offer something for Leicester in the Championship. But we may never know that for sure after one division appearance. I would say that it is probably time for the former RB Salzburg headliner to leave Filbert Way judging by his playing time. And, believe it or not, Chris Sutton made some good points on the Zambian:

"“I look at someone like Patson Daka who is not getting much of a game at Leicester City in the Championship,” he wrote in the Daily Record. “He scored shed loads at Red Bull Salzburg and would more than fit the bill.

“But there’s no way Celtic could afford him, unless it was a loan deal with Leicester being charitable with the wage split. They have to operate in a different market – and that’s where it becomes tough for Rodgers.”"


Ex-Leicester City star forward Emile Heskey on Foxes boss Enzo Maresca

As someone who had a season ticket at the time, I can tell you that Heskey's transfer to Liverpool was not despised by LCFC supporters. I even went went to the first away game with the Blue Army at Anfield following Heskey departure for Merseyside. There didn't seem to be any animosity towards the imposing attacker; it was 20 years ago, of course.

Part of the famed and successful Martin O'Neill team, Heskey managed 148 appearance for City. During that time, the Leicester-born retired player produced 36 goals and seven assists for the east Midlanders, his home club.

O'Neil was one great LCFC manager, and Enzo Maresca is on his way to being another top gaffer at King Power Stadium. The former Reds and Foxes man has had his say on the Italian at the helm of Leicester City Football Club. Heskey highly praised Maresca recently, citing the phenomenal work done by the former Manchester City coach. Furthermore, the 45-year-old said that he is desperate to see his one-time side back in the top-flight. Aren't we all!