Puel: Leicester need Maguire and Schmeichel

Puel: Leicester need Maguire and Schmeichel

The Premier League transfer window slams shut August 9, but things may be picking up as the club finalised the signing of one of Silva's former Watford players, Richarlison, last week to a five-year contract.

Leicester City are poised to offer Harry Maguire a new deal worth £95,000-per-week to stave off interest from Manchester United, according to the Daily Express.

The 25-year-old put in a strong show in England's run to the World Cup semifinals, featuring in all seven of their matches at the tournament.

'I was not surprised about his performance during this World Cup.

However, despite only signing for Barca in January, Mina looks set for a move away from Spain this summer with Wolves, Everton, Leicester and now Manchester United his likeliest destinations.

Harry Maguire rose to prominence after putting in some spectacular performances for the Foxes in the 2017-18 season.

"He was great and played very well".

United have made an approach for the England defender but Leicester do not have to sell and have no desire to let Maguire follow Riyad Mahrez out of the club this summer.

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Sky Sports News reporter Bridge believes the Red Devils will have to cough up a £50m transfer fee to secure the signing of Maguire.

"We can not lose players just a few days before the beginning of the season".

Ben Gibson is seen as an ideal replacement for him by Leicester City.

He added: "If we lose a player just a few days before the beginning of the season without the ability to replace him.to change the scene before the start of the season is not possible".

'We would not be able to find a solution and we can not be be behind.

"Kasper and Maguire are so valuable for us".

He was part of France's squad at the 2014 World Cup, but found himself overlooked for the country's triumphant 2018 campaign.

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