After a shocking relegation, Leicester City’s ‘fairytale of cruelty’ has begun again. The former Premier League champions are now facing the departure of a key player.

European football transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano reported on social media on Tuesday that “Nottingham Forest have made a first offer for Wilfred Ndidi (26-Leicester City). A personal agreement has already been finalized and Ndidi wants to move on. Negotiations between the clubs have now begun.”

After finishing 18th in the Premier League last season, Leicester City will play in the English Football League (EFL) Championship this season. After a shocking run of results, the Foxes are hoping to turn things around with the appointment of Enzo Maresca (43-Italy), who worked with Josep Guardiola (52-Spain) at Manchester City.

However, a number of players left the team this summer. Ace James Maddison (26-Tottenham), Harvey Barnes (25-Newcastle), Yuri Tillemans (26-Aston Villa), Chagall Sowinj (27-Atletico Madrid), and Timothy Castaigne (27-Fulham), among others, left for new opportunities.

To fill the void, the club brought in Harry Winks (27), Conor Cody (30), Stefanie Mavididi (25), Cesare Cassaday (20), and others, but as the transfer window closes, the crisis is upon us once again. Premier League clubs are lining up bids for Leicester City’s ‘under-the-radar’ resources. 바카라

Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanacho (26), Boutefas (25) and Patson Dakar (24) are among the players whose futures are in doubt. Florian Plettenberg, a reporter for the German edition of Sky Sports, said on Tuesday on social media, “Crystal Palace are making a move for Iheanacho. They are ready to pay up to £15 million,” and “Leicester City are demanding £18 million, but the player is keen on a move.”

“Tottenham are already looking at several defenders, including Pace, who is highly regarded by the hierarchy, as they prepare for the departure of Eric Dier, 30,” Belgian football reporter Sasha Tavolieri wrote on social media on Tuesday. Pace is a central defender who joined Leicester City last season, but could be set to part ways with the Foxes after just one season.

Leicester City lived a fairytale of miracles, lifting the Premier League title in 2015/16 and the FA Cup in 2020/21, but relegation last season ended their dreams and hopes. After opening the EFL Championship with four straight wins, the shadow of the Exodus loomed large.

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