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Leicester City has won the Premier League for the first time. As his tenure at Stamford Bridge draws to a close, Danny Drinkwater has characterized his £35 million move to Chelsea as a “business transaction gone bad.”
Drinkwater was City’s big-name departure in the summer of 2017, joining Chelsea on a five-year deal late in the window.
However, he only appeared in 23 games for the Blues, the last of which was in August 2018, and he left on a free transfer with his career in free fall.
Loan stints at Burnley, Aston Villa, and Kasimpasa in Turkey did not pan out, but he has been a regular for Reading in the Championship this season, assisting them in avoiding relegation.
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Leicester City News: Drinkwater makes bold Leicester decision as transfer return emerges
He’s been involved in trouble off the field as well, receiving a 20-month driving penalty in 2019 after admitting to drink-driving.
Drinkwater has apologized to Chelsea supporters for the way the trade went wrong as he prepares to start looking for a new permanent home. He expressed regret that they did not get to witness him at his finest.
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Dennis Praet, a midfielder for Leicester City, “wants to know” what the club’s plans are for him now that his future is uncertain
The Belgian is under contract with City until 2024, however he spent the 2021-22 season on loan with Torino in Serie A.
He appeared in 24 games for the club in all competitions, but was sidelined for the better part of three months due to a significant foot injury.
Torino had a €15 million option to buy Praet when his loan was paid off, but it was not exercised. They are interested in bringing him back on loan for a second season, but have yet to hear back from Leicester. Napoli has also been mentioned as a potential suitor for the 28-year-old.
Leicester City’s James Maddison has urged his teammates to embrace what they’ve been deprived of
To avoid a poor start to the new season, Leicester City players must enjoy the relaxation they were “deprived of” during the previous campaign, according to midfielder James Maddison.
City played 58 games in all this season, beginning with the Community Shield in August and ending with a win against Southampton in the Premier League final at the weekend. Maddison described the timetable as “grueling.”
With City’s game calendar and excursions throughout Europe exhausting the players over the previous several months, he believes relaxation, rehabilitation, and time with families are equally as vital as pre-season training in preparing for the new season.
The majority of the City team is now on a post-season tour in Thailand with the chairman, although they will take a break for the holidays.
However, not all of the players are yet able to relax. While there are no international tournaments this summer, players like James Justin, Kasper Schmeichel, and Timothy Castagne, who will be representing their nations in the first week of June, have a full international itinerary.
Four free agents that would be a good fit for Leicester City this summer
Brendan Rodgers, the manager of Leicester City, wants a “healthy shake-up” in his team this summer, and certain free agents might be the foundation.
City have already been connected with a number of players, and the club has prioritized three positions.
The list is topped by a powerful left-sided central defense, a creative midfielder, and a right-winger. The second tier of priorities includes a physical midfielder and Ademola Lookman.
It’s a huge summer for top-level free agents, with a lot of players finishing off contracts and looking for new opportunities.
For some, Leicester would be an ideal vacation spot. Here are six free agents that may be a good match for Rodgers this summer.
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