Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers praised the professionalism of Harry Maguire and admitted he was “relaxed” about the reported interest of Manchester United in the central defender.
What the papers say Sporting Lisbon’s Bruno Fernandes has reportedly been “seduced” by Manchester United after the club offered him between £4.5million and £5.3million-a-season in wages. The Daily Mirror says reports in a Portuguese newspaper indicate the midfielder is putting pressure on Sporting to come to a deal with the Red Devils. The two clubs are still a way off agreeing on a figure, the paper adds.
What the papers say Juventus are reportedly still keen on landing Manchester United’s Paul Pogba. The Metro says reports in Italy suggest the Serie A side are eager to include a player in any potential deal. However, The Sun says reports in Spain suggest the Frenchman will hand in a transfer request at Old Trafford to let him join Real Madrid.
What the papers say A potential transfer for Leicester City’s Harry Maguire makes headlines in Wednesday’s papers. Manchester United have been linked with a move for the 26-year-old, but according to the Daily Telegraph will have to pay more than £90million and make him the most expensive defender of all time to land him. The centre-back has made it clear he wants to leave Leicester, The Sun says, while the Daily Mirror reports that Arsenal have also launched a £50million bid for his signature.
Four officers who risked their lives to try and save Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha and four others killed in a helicopter crash have been nominated for bravery awards.
England footballer Harry Maguire and his partner have welcomed a baby together.
Leicester boss Claude Puel believes the club are still adapting from their title win ahead of their reunion with Claudio Ranieri.
A Leicester City fan enjoyed a couple of holidays in the Dundee area so much that he decided to up sticks from Leicestershire and moved permanently to the City of Discovery.
RUMOURS: Arsenal’s Sanchez willing to take paycut to join Manchester City, Chelsea want Van Dijk, Liverpool close in on Mahrez
Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez is willing to take a pay cut in order to move to Manchester City, according to the Independent.
With colossal transfer fees, mammoth broadcasting deals and wage bills that read like the budget of a small country, modern football is often seen to be a corporate monster.
Eight Leicester City fans were arrested for "causing a mess" ahead of their Champions League tie against Atletico Madrid, say Spanish police.