- Sat May 26 8:24 PM
ARSENAL were snubbed by Leicester City hitman Jamie Vardy because of a conversation he had with England players, according to reports.
- Sat May 26 7:49 PM
Sportsmail reported earlier this month how City have focused their attention on Riyad Mahrez and Napoli midfielder Jorginho, however the asking price for both has escalated.
- Thu May 24 9:43 PM
LEICESTER are among a host of clubs in the Premier League and Championship tracking AFC Fylde star Serhat Tasdemir.
- Thu May 24 8:01 PM
Manchester City are set to sign Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez for €66m, according to Calciomercato. The Algeria international was first linked with City in January but a deal failed to materialise leading to the Algerian star missing several training sessions and two games, according to Goal...
- Thu May 24 5:53 PM
The Leicester City striker found himself with a decision to make before the start of the tournament in France after the Gunners triggered his £20million release clause.
- Thu May 24 9:24 AM
JAMIE VARDY admits his potential move to Arsenal played on his mind at Euro 2016.
London Evening Standard
- Thu May 24 6:43 AM
Jamie Vardy today admitted a move to Arsenal played on his mind during Euro 2016 and is now targeting a World Cup free of disruption this summer.
- Thu May 24 6:24 AM
Jamie Vardy’s remarkable rise continues at this summer’s World Cup, where Hollywood script writers are hoping for a “fairy-tale ending” to the England striker’s story.
- Wed May 23 9:16 AM
Considerable add-ons will supplement basic fee of £60m Guardiola turned to Mahrez after Sanchez joined United Manchester City will have to pay a basic fee of £60m for Riyad Mahrez, with Leicester City also to demand considerable add-ons which could push the final price closer to £75m for the 27-y...
|It was a communion with our fans,
said Puel. To see the former players, former managers come back to honour the chairman shows the man he was.
We were unlucky but I was proud of the players' performance because they gave their best in this situation,
Puel told the BBC.
It was difficult with a lot of emotion around the game, during the game and after the game,
said Leicester boss Claude Puel.
I would have no problem if it happened again, the only thing would be a second yellow card,
said Puel. He can take off his shirt if he scores, I have no problem with this. I wouldn't be happy if it was a second yellow card, of course, and the team was down to 10.