- Tue Sep 26 4:08 PM
Despite his transfer still hanging in the balance, Portuguese midfielder Adrien Silva has wasted no time in getting to know his potential new Leicester team-mates.
- Tue Sep 26 12:08 PM
LEICESTER have submitted their appeal to Fifa to finally complete their £25million deal for Adrien Silva. The Foxes moved for the Sporting Lisbon ace on deadline day but failed to complete a move after submitting paperwork 14 seconds late. Leicester were given a extension to get the deal done but...
- Tue Sep 26 6:39 AM
Telegraph.co.uk Leicester were granted an extension to complete the Portugal international's signing but his registration was denied by the world governing body after the club missed the deadline. Silva has since been in limbo, unable to even train with Craig and more »
- Mon Sep 25 11:15 PM
Leicester have lodged an appeal with FIFA in an attempt to finally complete Adrien Silva’s transfer from Sporting Lisbon. FIFA have refused to sanction the £22million deadline day after late paperwork.
- Sat Sep 23 11:59 AM
Though a £22million fee and personal terms were agreed, the Premier League club were 14 seconds late with the paperwork, rendering the midfielder unable to play for Shakespeare's side.
- Sat Sep 23 12:35 AM
PAUL CLEMENT is demanding his shot-shy Swansea side find their scoring touch against Watford today.
|It was a magnificent match,
Silva said. We set a new record for the number of goals scored in the group stage but it is the hard work of the whole team that is paying off.
I speak a lot to him. I hope that before the end of the season, even before, for Christmas, there could be a surprise for us,
Silva said. I hope he'll think things over carefully and next year he'll be working with us.
What I can control and what stays in my hands is to plan the next session tomorrow and I will be at the training ground tomorrow,
Silva said. I know the speculation and some of you put in doubt about my commitment but my players gave a very good answer today. I don't want to talk anything...
Silva told BBC Sport: It is not a problem for me.