Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is confident that PFA Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez will stay with the 2015/16 Premier League champions amid rumours of a potential move to Arsenal.
Premier League champions Leicester City look set to lose their star striker Jamie Vardy to last season's runners-up Arsenal, with the Gunners having triggered a release clause in his contract.
Leicester and Barcelona look set to compete for the signing of highly rated Roma youngster Antonio Sanabria.
With the football world still reeling from the shock and audacity of Leicester City's Premier League triumph, we sketch the Foxes' remarkable rise from the depths of League one through to Premier League glory in the space of seven years.
A day after being crowned the new champions of the Premier League, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri said the Foxes will probably never be able to replicate this feat ever again.
Leicester City's gaffer Claudio Ranieri admits that the Foxes are having a "magical season", as they find themselves seven points ahead of second placed Tottenham Hotspur
Kante's journey from the suburbs of Paris, to within touching distance of Premier League glory at the East Midlands club is straight out of the material for an inspiring sports flick.
The idea of a European Super League, where the richest clubs will play on invitation basis, rather than having to qualify, has created a lot of waves in the world of football, and the manager who might be the worst affected by it -- Claudio Ranieri -- has condemned the issue.
In his typical nonchalant manner, Claudio Ranieri has dismissed claims that Leicester City are favourites to win the Premier League title. Instead, the Italian manager thinks that it is 2nd-placed Tottenham Hotspur who are leading the charge to the finish.
Riyad Mahrez has been in phenomenal form for Leicester City and has been one of the driving forces behind the Foxes' run to the top. He recently spoke about how much his ex-manager Nigel Pearson had to do with Leicester's rise.