Leicester hand King new four-year deal

Posted July 31, 2016

The first team to play two matches among the 10 competing in the Northern Hemisphere version, Emery's side began by outclassing Inter Milan with a 3-1 victory in Eugene, Oregon helped by a double from right-back Serge Aurier.

The 19-year-old has yet to make his league debut for Leicester but was linked with a possible move to several clubs, including Liverpool and Arsenal, during the close season.

"But, as I said, my colleagues' welcome has been wonderful".

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Kante's teammate, Algerian worldwide Riyad Mahrez, has also been at the center of summer transfer speculation alongside Kasper Schmeichel and Danny Drinkwater.

Indeed, even we were guilty of speculating just who would take on the roles of the key players was a big screen adaptation ever to happen (Vinnie Jones as Nigel Pearson, anyone?).

"It's something new again for most of the team, another learning curve". We want to improve on last season.

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"I think we are a very good squad and we will see, if something more we need, our chairman is ready to buy".

Towering captain Wes Morgan, who signed a new contract with the club to June 2019, is relishing his participation in the exhibition ICC, which involves 17 clubs playing on four continents.

As for Leicester, they may still be pinching themselves that they are even involved in this competition, which of course is due to their stunning Premier League title success last term.

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The title-winning Foxes boss added that he is hopeful there will be no other significant losses and says money is available to strengthen the squad further if required. Producers Simon Egan and Gareth Ellis-Unwin (The King's Speech) are also on board, so we could be looking at a half decent job here.