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Leicester City active on transfer market

A few weeks ago we already wrote an article dedicated to Leicester City and their transfer targets. In the meantime the Foxes already finalized three incoming deals. Leicester City dropped out of the top 4 on the last day of the season. They finished in fifth place only one point behind Chelsea. The frustration of that last day, is turned around into ambition to do better this season. That’s why the club has been very active this early in the transfer market. In exactly three weeks of today, Leicester City plays against Manchester City for the Community Shield.

New players for Leicester City

Leicester City improved their squad in all parts of the squad. Patson Daka is a striker who joins from RB Salzbug in Austria. Boubakary Soumaré comes over from LOSC Lille in France to improve the midfield. The latest transfer is Ryan Bertrand, who comes on a free transfer from Southampton. Bertrand is a wing-back who most likely is going to be a back-up for the likes of Ricardo Pereira and Timothy Castagne. All three players improve the level of the squad. Which can prove to be vital in their attempt to qualify for the Champions League.

Squad looks ready for Community Shield

A club like Leicester City will always be a subject of speculations during the transfer window. Several of their players showed great quality and will be hunted after by other teams. Just like Leicester City will be hunting for players to improve their squad even further. Which makes it hard to predict how the team will look like when the season starts. One thing we can say, is that the current squad should be ready to compete with Manchester City in the Community Shield. Man City will most likely miss some players who played the Euro 2020 final, so they will start a weakened team. It’s up to Brendan Rodgers and his team to exploit this and win the first trophy of this season.