There’s still a chance Youri Tielemans signs a new Leicester City contract

There’s still a chance Youri Tielemans signs a new Leicester City contract

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Leicester City’s Youri Tielemans (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

There’s still a chance that renowned Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans will sign a new contract with the Foxes. Hope surprisingly comes in the form of assistant manager Chris Davies.

In the summer it was harder to understand why Leicester wanted to keep Tielemans than he was reported to be would not Consider putting a new deal on paper. Not to mention that his current contract is approaching the expiration date, which means only a lower fee will be available in January. Although the Belgian’s performances, spirit and amazing goals in 2022/23 fully justified LCFC’s controversial decision.

And apparently there’s still a possibility that Tielemans might re-sign with the Foxes. If the fabulous midfielder is to stay, the Blue Army would certainly be delighted. According to the Leicester Mercury, hope remains at Leicester City that the 25-year-old stays on the Filbert Way. In addition, assistant manager Chris Davies said the following:

“We enjoy working with him and may that remain so for a long time to come. I hope [he stays]. This will be between Youri and Brendan [Rodgers]and the club, they will discuss it and work it out.”

Luke Thomas speaks ahead of Leicester City taking on Newcastle United in the Premier League

Thomas is currently in a special position at Leicester: he is just one of two fit senior full-backs. The other is Timothy Castagne. While certain versatile foxes can be used on the defensive side, such as Daniel Amartey and potential LCFC Under-21 starlets, English top-flight testing usually requires specialists.

Thomas played very well in the Carabao Cup trip to Milton Keynes this week; City was a resounding 3-0 winner against MK Dons. But the real tests will come against the EPL opposition; The 21-year-old has proven himself in the world’s top league in the past, but has also failed one or the other test.

Meanwhile, the Leicester Academy graduate has spoken out BBC Sport Leicester about the increased dependence on him. Joined by Thomas giving insight into the thoughts and feelings of the team ahead of the big game against Newcastle United at the King Power Stadium on Boxing Day. Initially, the left-back said that the upcoming period is important to him as not many athletes are available at his position.

Second, the Fox agrees with my claim that the league is the best on the planet; Thomas says that reaching and keeping the EPL is a dream for many players. He says the move away from domestic football came at an awkward time due to the upturn in form for the East Midlands team. After the warm weather training camp in Dubai, Thomas added that the squad was fit and ready to compete.

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